This Week – NAB Convener Lex Frieden reminds us that older adults and #pwds deserve COVID treatment, AND the DEI tells us the Best Places to work for #pwds, AND LTSS, PLUS Classic Reggae anthem is remastered for the pandemic all in What We’re Reading
This week: EEOC gives the green light for COVID-19 Testing at work, a renewed call for Caregivers and PAs, and how to address mental health and loneliness concerns for older Americans, PLUS Alicia Keys and the Rolling Stones add to your Pandemic Playlist.
This week: Why is Coronavirus different for Black people? One of the most important films about disability is on Netflix and you can watch it right now, Ed Roberts and how he changed the world as we know it, what we’re learning about aging from animals AND why is Coronavirus different for Black people? PLUS three artists release social distance anthems AND all in this week’s What We’re Reading!
Major disability org launches a new program honoring Fannie Lou Hamer, DOL offers new regulations to help with masks to support health professionals AND multiple communities weigh in on their thoughts about Coronavirus – you won’t believe which group is least worried – al in this week’s What We’re Reading.
Self isolation from COVID-19 has many Americans staying indoors and getting acquainted with homeschool and telework for the first time. If you are dealing with the isolation blues or just need a little support, here are some Isolation Essentials to help get you through.
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. We sat down with two of our NAB members, to learn about the hurdles individuals with developmental disabilities (IDD) and their parents are still facing and how they navigate education, supports and services.
This past week gave us the end of a Presidential Impeachment, anther Presidential Debate, as well as some surprises at the Oscars. Catch up on the rest of the news on aging and Divisibility in What We’re Reading!
Kansas City clinches the Super Bowl Win, Punxatawney Phill predicts an early spring as well as the new look for Barbie and advances in adaptive gaming as we also say goodbye to Jim Lehrer in this week’s What We’re Reading!
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!
For auld lang syne, ableist narratives, the decade that never ended and the countdown to 2020 all in this week’s What We’re Reading!