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Welcome to a new decade! A Deaf/Blind advocate talks about her experiences at Harvard, connections between depression, mental health and poverty and a Presidential candidate releases a disability plan all in the first What We’re Reading of 2020!
Inclusion is front and center in a classic holiday story, new technologies to manage medical data and fight Alzheimer’s disease and Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang releases his disability plan in this week’s edition of What We’re Reading!
This week we are spooning out all of your post Thanksgiving Leftovers including Worries about air pollution and older adults, food as medicine, and a LTSS Plan from Presidential hopeful Peter Buttigeg all in What We’re Reading!
Julian Castro drops his disability platform,, Older Mexican American adults may be more at risk for frailty, and General Hospital hailed for disability inclusion in What We’re Reading
How to gently help your parents with finances, Florida places children in nursing hoes with little reason and America pauses or recognize the service of our veterans, all in today’s What We’re Reading!
Power Shut offs in California, a presidential candidate drops his disability platform, and DC nurses a sugar hangover from Halloween and their world series win — all in today’s What We’re reading!
Disability advocates sue around dockless scooters, we continue to celebrate NDEAM and why it may be time to have “The Ta;l” with Nana. Come see all of the articles on aging, disability and LTSS, that motivated us this week in What We’re Reading.
This week we recognized National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness day, Hispanic Heritage month and Falls Prevention Awareness Day all in What We’re Reading!
What we’re reading is our weekly round up of news articles and events that were important to us. Catch up on the latest on aging, LTSS and disability!