The National Advisory Board advocates for the rights of older adults and people with disablities to live healthy, independent lives at home.
April is Autism Acceptance Month. Join us as we strive to make our communities more inclusive of everyone and seek to create a world that thrills in the neurodiversity of all of its members. For more information on autistic acceptance or to learn more about how autism is a part of you, your family and community, check out out pals The Autistic Self Advocacy Network or the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network
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“Disability doesn’t make you exceptional, but questioning what you think you know about it does.”
Join us and declare your independence!
Together we can make a difference in health – our care, supports and services, and how we access and navigate between them. Join the movement for independence, and the ability to choose our own health solutions so that we and the ones we love can age gracefully and healthfully.
Join the National Advisory Board (NAB) on Improving Health Care Services for Older Adults and People with Disabilities in its effort to modernize the health care infrastructure in America and drive long-term supports and services to the forefront of health care transformation. Declare your independence!
Sign our Declaration to give older adults and people living with disabilities the right to health independence at home.
Declaration for Independence
Six Principles to Modernize the Health Care Infrastructure
Enhanced Self-Care, Improved Coordination
Encourage Community Integration and Involvement
Expand Accessibility of Services and Supports
Uphold Personal Preference
Empower People to Participate in the Economic Mainstream
Investment in Improved Technology
SIGN OUR DECLARATION
to give older adults and people living with disabilities the right to health independence at home.