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: We recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, more support is needed for #pwds after the pandemic, and how the George Floyd Protests will be a defining point for Millennials and Gen Z. PLUS we join all who are celebrating Pride in June!
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
Modern Medicaid Alliance Survey Says Americans Support Increased Funding for Medicaid Amid COVID-19
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.
As many Americans dig in for a second week of social distancing, catch up on all the news related to disability, and older Americans as well as a roundup of Coronavirus articles in What We’re Reading
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.
Are you (and much of the world) self isolating? Catch up on the latest on HIV, how Hollywood is working on disability inclusion and DD Awareness month PLUS a roundup of Corona Virus articles from the week in What we’re reading!
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!
Crip Camp kills at Sundance, The Hill Highlights states that are doing disability employment right, and the NYPD hires an officer whose first language is ASL, and the Grammys — as the Nation mourns Kobe Bryant – in this week’s What We’re Reading. .