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
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.
This week we celebrate International Women’s Day and recognize the lifelong advocacy and fortitude of Judith Heumann. PLUS Corona Virus and its affect on nursing homes and older Americans AND the FDA Finally bans shock treatment for people with disabilities in this week’s What We’re Reading!
Today, we join everyone in the nation thinking about Corona Virus, learn how accessible last week’s Mardi Gras parades were, and College students say that even after 30 years the ADA is no enough PLUS March is Women’s History Month! All this and more in this week’s What We’re Reading!
This week gave us reflections on the NBA All-star game, the President’s Day Holiday and a longer than usual Valentine’s Day weekend. Catch up on everything else 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. .
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!
This week saw disability being discussed at a Presidential Debate, celebrations of Hanukah, Festivus and Christmas as well as the DisCo’s loss of Mama Cax. 2020 is right around the corner – see through the Holiday Haze with this week’s edition of What We’re Reading.
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!
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