This week: We say good-bye to the summer, attitudes about disability cures AND speaking out against the latest TikTok Challenge, PLUS why Black aging matters all in this week’s What We’re Reading
This week: Allies for Independence wants to make sure we don’t lose disability data tied to COVID-19, AND Haben Girma on how disability drives innovation AMD what seniors can expect in a post vaccine world PLUS Why every person with a disability may not want to talk to you about their disability
This week: Retires debate Alzheimer’s vs COVID-19, 10,000 Americans die waiting for SSDI hearings AND how the Biden Disability Plan could close the Equal Pay loophole PLUS Michelle Obama opens up about depression and menopause all in What We’re Reading!
This week: Older adults having connection issues with telehealth, Chicago police ire a disability expert and the Navajo nation flattens the curve PLUS ADA Celebrations continue with the NDLA Blog Parade
This week: We continue to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the ADA wit Lex Frieden and Merrill Friedman, Loneliness and its impact on aging seniors, AND how the Internets is reacting to SSDI PLUS the last words of Rep. John Lewis
This week: We recognize the passing of Congressman John Lewis, AND COVID-19 and its effects on diverse communities AND we Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act!
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: We celebrate Juneteenth. Reflections on the Olmstead Anniversary by NAB Member Billy Altom, commentary on centering of Aging and disability communities from CAP, we recognize the passing of Cheryl Sensenbrenner and the Top 50 Anthems for Pride in What We’re Reading!
This week: The New Normal we need to work for in a post COVID world that includes people with disabilities, Real connections and avoiding disability clichés, why Medicaid Doctors need more money, and a Plain language resource on police violence, PLUS the New York Times remembers Stacey Park Milbern in What We’re Reading
We join in solidarity with those who are experiencing outrage, sadness and horror at the death of George Floyd and desire for significant change in our country. We reject the idea that peace and civility comes at the expense of Black lives, and we equally refute the idea that any American should be able to take the life of another without reproach or consequence.