As Suicide Prevention Month winds down, it is important to recognize that talking about suicide is something we should do throughout the year. While it might be an uncomfortable conversation for many, it’s past time for us to acknowledge that suicidal ideations and suicide itself have been on the rise for years – it is […]
This week: Oir nationla gears up for election day, aging parents might be overspedning NAD holiday plans shifted by COVID, AND Hewlett Packard Chief talks the importance of NDEAM and the ocnfrmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett all in What we’re reading.
This week: Older African Americans suffer more from COVID-19, Why voting matters for the disability community AND fewer Korean-Americans use Mental health services PLUS why some of the aging community is using pot for common health problems all in What We’re Reading!
This week: We join in recogntions for Indigenous Peoples’ Day AND learn how voting is made accessible for people with learning disabilities AND how a Black woman with a disability is making change for both of her communites PLUS we recognize World Mental Health Day all in What We’re Reading!
World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to engage our friends and families to talk about the importance of fostering positive mental health practices. Doing this helps create communities in which mental health care and anti-stigma can help make mental health care a reality for people worldwide. Check out some of the tools an important conversations taking place today about mental health.
This week – We all consider inclusive employment as we recognize National Disabitlyi Employment Awareness Month. Some Do’s and Don’t of Disbatiyl Language, AND Creating good Mental Health habits for Mental Illness Awreness Week all in What we’re Reading!
This week, the nation mourns the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an urge to end Sub-minimum wage for people with disabilities AND Anthem and the New Apple Watch may help you with your asthma PLUS do your remember the 21st of September all in this week’s What We’re Reading!
This week: a look at mental health and the need for more mental health professionals form communities of color, Masks at Work – Can Accommodations be mandatory? PLUS the Disability Rights Movement 30 year later all 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 nation responds to the brutal killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police with national outcry and protest AND Anthem and Beacon launch series of programs for Mental Health Awareness Month PLUS new tools from Google to support people with disabilities in What We’re Reading!