Welcome to the Resources for the Disabled section of the HRAC website. Here we’ll being to explore the preparation and participation in amateur radio by those who are challenged in various ways. Most of this information can also be found on the ARRL website and being provided here to expand the range and availability of this valuable information.
Courage Handihams specializes in providing study resources for people with disabilities and special needs. Check out the Book & Audio… Learn More
These resources used in combination with screen reader software may help you prepare for license exams. Learn More
MORE RESOURCES FOR DISABLED
Articles and Study Guides for Visually Impaired
The audio explanations that accompany the videos offered by Andy Vallenga, KE4GKP, “the Ham Whisperer,” may be helpful.
These articles will provide information about techniques and adaptations to make ham radio accessible for the sight impaired.
This website has practical information for blind and vision-impaired amateur radio operators.
The Handiham Program is non-profit organization that helps persons with any combination of physical and sensory disabilities by providing tools, technology and education to become effective amateur operators.
Courage Kenny Handiham Program
3915 Golden Valley Road, Mail Route 78446
Golden Valley, MN 55422
Toll-Free telephone: 1-866-HANDIHAM (1-866-426-3442)
Enabling Ham Radio’s Disabled
Mike Runholt KC0YFV tells how Handiham provides assistance to the community of disabled hams.
Welcome to the Ham Radio in the Tenn Valley website, where Michael Werner is the State Liaison for Special Needs for Amateur Radio:
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