DisabledCincinnati.org Provides Needed Resource for Underserved Communities

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DisabledCincinnati.org announces the launch of their website http://www.DisabledCincinnati.org, an information exchange for the disabled, seniors and caregivers in the Greater Cincinnati area.

DisabledCincinnati.org announces the launch of their website http://www.DisabledCincinnati.org, an information exchange for the disabled, seniors and caregivers in the Greater Cincinnati area. The primary feature of the website is a categorized database of internet links to resources vital to these communities.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the disabled under the age of 65 and seniors over 65 together make up nearly 30% of the area population. Despite representing such a large segment of the population, these groups are underserved in many ways – housing, income, healthcare and many other areas. And while there are an increasing number of sources of needed advocacy, assistance, services and products available, they are not always easy to locate.

To help make these resources more accessible, DisabledCincinnati.org created an extensive database of categorized links to a multitude of resources on the internet. In addition, it provides the users with the opportunity to help each other by sharing resources they have discovered but may not already be listed in the database. By contributing information to the website, the database of resources will continue to grow becoming increasingly more helpful to more people.

While designed primarily to serve the Greater Cincinnati area, those in other areas will find the website useful as there are a significant number of national and statewide resources included. Use of the website is available to anyone free of charge and no registration is required.

DisabledCincinnati.org, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a grassroots effort dedicated to improving the quality of life of the disabled, seniors and their caregivers by providing easier access to helpful information and resources on the internet.

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