This week: Caregivers and the needs for people with disabilities and older Americans, Georgetown University creates new endowment that centers disability, and the importance of Disability Pride Month. PLUS Accessible fashion 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: 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: 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
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!
April is Autism Acceptance Month. During this time we recognize the importance of creating an inclusive society that values neurodiversity, and the benefit that all of us have when we can bring our whole selves to school, work and our community. In this month’s blog, Jonathan Kratchman talks about how being autistic has been a challenge and a benefit in his personal and professional life.
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
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