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Resources – Disability Inclusion – Disability Services Providers

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Disability and Health Branch website has information and resources for persons with disabilities, their families, service providers, and healthcare providers.
The Certified Inclusive Fitness Trainer (CIFT) certification is a collaboration between the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability. It prepares trainers to work with people who have health risks and/or physical limitations and create adapted programming that promotes safe, effective training, and empower all individuals to lead a healthy lifestyle.
This guide helps physical education teachers create classes for all students. It includes assessment tools, games, inclusion strategies, clarity of laws, and information on specific disabilities.
This online resource helps parents understand and aid in planning for their child's leisure-related skills that will allow him or her to be successful at home, school, and community settings.
Guidelines for government agencies and community organizations to develop community health promotion strategies that are based on national recommendations and effectively include people with disabilities.
This toolkit shares examples of successful inclusive public health smoking cessation programs and campaigns.
How-to-guide for communities to create inclusive walking clubs. Also focuses on using youth advocates to create change in their communities.
A website that provides a comprehensive guide to accessible trails in Iowa and other states with descriptions, photos, and reviews to help plan your next wheelchair accessible trail adventure.
A website that provides a comprehensive guide to accessible trails in Iowa and other states with descriptions, photos, and reviews to help plan your next wheelchair accessible trail adventure.
This website has links to multiple on-line videos and self-paced courses on inclusive health and wellness for professionals in the fields of disability and aging, health care, public health, fitness professionals, educators, and more. It also includes a training for rock climbing instructors on inclusive climbing wall techniques.