This Week: How tech and digital solutions are affecting our access to care AND COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s PLUS the Legacy of Stonewall pro-aging and anti-racism at Pride 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: 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!
We recognize the passing of B. Smith, learn how individuals with disabilities are learning about work opportunities in Texas, and learn about how our own Lex Frieden got his start in Disability advocacy, PLUS Let the good times roll as we celebrate Mardi Gras 2020!
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!
Kansas City clinches the Super Bowl Win, Punxatawney Phill predicts an early spring as well as the new look for Barbie and advances in adaptive gaming as we also say goodbye to Jim Lehrer in this week’s What We’re Reading!
Adaptive skiers change the course in Oregon , a neuroscientist lays out the keys to aging well and Disability rights take center stage in Minnesota all in this week’s What We’re Reading!
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.
In case you have spent too much time working on your Halloween costume, catch up on the latest articles on disability, aging and LTSS. Get the news now and fight the sugar rush later!
The ADA is forward thinking but when it was signed we may not have anticipated how many aging Americans would need its protections. As Disability and aging become mainstream, our views on these issues have evolved and as a result we are more concerned about issues of caregiving.