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: NAB Asks Congress to Protect the Rights of People with Disabilities and Older Adults during the Pandemic, lessons from Native American communities on fighting the food crisis AND the latest artist to pen a COVID-19 Anthem all in 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!
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
Court challenges to the ADA, what the DisCo thought of the 3rd Presidential debate and remembering 9/11 are 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!
We are still in celebration mode for the 29th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act! Catch up on the latest in What We’re Reading!
What does it mean when you break barriers to win an award, but there is no means for you to get onstage. disability advocates have bittersweet feelings about Ali Stroker’s Tony win.
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