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Site Map - Guide to NARIC Resources

This guide presents the main resources of the NARIC website, organized in a different manner than the navigation. You may find it helpful in identifying the best place to start your information search. You may also want to learn more about how to search NARIC's databases.

Main page - introduces NARIC and our most popular resources.

Resources from NARIC - the information resources we have developed and use every day to answer your questions.

  • Disability Resources - a curated list of reliable information sources, sorted by subject. If you're not sure where to start your search, begin by browsing through these categories.
  • NARIC Publications - information resource brochures, newsletters, directories, and NIDRR-generated reports available to download free of charge.
  • The Knowledgebase - you've browsed through the disability resources and perused the publications, but you are still searching for the right organization. Try searching the Knowledgebase.
  • Frequently Asked Questions - a selection of the questions we receive most often, from where to find rehabilitation to how to receive accommodations for the GED. This collection is always growing. Use the comment form below to submit a question!
  • News and Notes from the NIDRR Community and Beyond - our free weekly newsletter highlighting resources, news, and events from more than 300 NIDRR-funded projects, plus the greater disability and rehabilitation community.
  • NIDRR Announcements - Are you interested in grant opportunities from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research? Sign up for this free email alert service!
  • Calendars of Events - shared calendars featuring national observances, conferences, webinars, and other events.

REHABDATA and the NARIC Library - The NARIC Collection holds more than 60,000 documents, abstracted in the REHABDATA Index of Disability and Rehabilitation Research Literature.

The NIDRR Program Database - Every year, more than 300 projects conduct research across the spectrum of disability and rehabilitation.

The REHABDATA Thesaurus - Initiated in 1977, the REHABDATA Thesaurus of Rehabilitation Terms is our core organization tool.

  • Browse through the terms and "nonterms" and see how material is organized and indexed in REHABDATA.
  • ICF Crosswalk - are you familiar with the International Classification on Functioning, Disability, and Health? Use this tool to understand how our Thesaurus terms map across to the ICF.

This FAQ from NIDRR also provides a handy guide to all things NARIC (and all things NIDRR, too).



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