The Always Up-To-Date list of the top 60 disability blogs

This is a list of the top 60 disability blogs by traffic ranking. It updates automatically every 24 hours so you see realtime changes. We maintain it because we are keen to share information and good practice from anywhere it may be.

To get on this list, there are two conditions:

  1. you must be regularly (but not exclusively; many of these bloggers explore a range of topics) posting about some aspect of disability.
  2. For fairness, the blog should be the reason that most people come to your site, not the only reason, but it should be the main one.

The second reason is pragmatic: Ouch, is probably the world’s most read disability blog, but the main reason that people go to bbc.co.uk is probably not for that blog. So we can’t really use the Alexa bbc.co.uk ranking as a good measurement.

This is the list of blogs used as the source list. It’s growing and shrinking as the process goes on and it’s now at about 386 different sites. If there is a website that should be on that list, please let us know.

Ranking Site Alexa Ranking
1learningdisabilities.about.com12,885
2www.disabled-world.com36,549
3wheelchairtravel.org191,814
4parentingspecialneeds.org560,720
5kellehampton.com568,638
6disabilityhorizons.com632,683
7www.hopefulparents.org658,708
8drivemomcrazy.com659,079
9praacticalaac.org1,043,376
10www.thinkingautismguide.com1,184,347
11thinkinclusive.us1,266,229
12www.accessible-japan.com1,287,219
13www.lovethatmax.com1,348,698
14limpingchicken.com1,702,889
15restlesshands42.wordpress.com1,767,061
16www.ilmestykset.net1,844,321
17specialmompreneurs.com1,945,622
18www.specialneedsjungle.com1,950,750
19noahsdad.com2,019,227
20www.hearingtimes.co.uk2,216,875
21adventuresinautism.blogspot.com2,590,979
22nostereotypeshere.blogspot.com3,082,078
23adderworld.com3,135,351
24yetanotherlefty.wordpress.com3,414,203
25douglascootey.com3,469,039
26crackedmirrorinshalott.wordpress.com3,586,802
27batsgirl.blogspot.com3,652,530
28www.stephstwogirls.co.uk3,768,469
29diaryofabenefitscrounger.blogspot.com3,997,063
30www.specialneedsplanning.net4,023,300
31teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com4,079,523
32autismandoughtisms.wordpress.com4,549,769
33www.downssideup.com4,583,872
34mdbeau.blogspot.com4,727,598
35alicepyne.blogspot.com4,771,626
36livingwithdisability.info4,929,771
37www.specialeducationadvisor.com5,062,971
38www.reifpsychservices.com5,184,007
39megzzaspergers.blogspot.com5,385,909
40quadlifeblog.com5,501,698
41davehingsburger.blogspot.com5,520,661
42www.extremeparenthood.com5,767,367
43abctherapeutics.blogspot.com5,840,103
44silentgrapevine.com5,877,442
45catsandchocolate.com5,912,708
46adhdguide.blogspot.com6,095,814
47lizditz.typepad.com6,189,687
48samedifference1.com6,240,849
49jemmabrown.wordpress.com6,634,962
50faithmummy.wordpress.com6,676,466
51specialneedsplanning.com6,685,501
52lisybabe.blogspot.com6,881,435
53www.bluebadgestyle.com7,109,758
54leftbrainrightbrain.co.uk7,304,274
55supportforspecialneeds.com7,709,365
56equalitytime.co.uk8,240,094
57www.differentdream.com8,279,461
58www.worldofinclusion.com9,577,601
59eddington/topBlogs/top60auto/yankitchan.me999,999,999,999
60eddington/topBlogs/top60auto/sendmummy.blog999,999,999,999

  1. Hi Joe, I think this site is amazing and I appreciate what you’re doing. πŸ™‚ Would it be possible to add our blog at:http://www.chatandmingle.co.uk to your list? Not quite sure if we qualify but we’re a disability charity which tries to encourage more opportunities for people to contribute and socialise. Thank you for your consideration.

  2. Hi Joe, Thank you for (continuing to ) put together this list it’s a great resource and I’ve already used it a lot as there doesn’t seem to be any other comprehensive listing like it!
    I’ve been working in the area of disabilities for a long time. I decided to write down some of my own and others thoughts about disability and employment / supported employment – here at http://www.discover-ability.com we would really appreciate being added to list!

    1. Hi Debra,

      I really love the work you guys do – and you are welcome to get in touch about a feature or similar – but I suspect that you aren’t a ‘blog’ (in that most of your traffic is about the product rather than the news) sorry.

  3. Hi Joe! Thank you for keeping this amazing resource up to date, I’ve found so many wonderful blogs through your list! I wonder if my blog could be included? I’m a Professional Counselor who works exclusively with people and families affected by disability, and I blog with them in mind at http://www.reifpsychservices.com. Thank you again!

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