This issue includes the 2011 Disability Compendium, recruiting for a cognitive behavioral study, a study on the value of promoting public benefits access online, a NY Times Magazine article on Zolpidem and minimal consciousness, an NPR story on issues facing youth and young adults with serious mental illness, a participant registry from the RRTC on Blindness and Low Vision, grantee presentations at the IASSID, and a state of the science conference in statistics and demographics.
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Introductory issue; KT4TT at ATIA; recruiting for parenting education and social support for mothers with psychiatric disabilities; Accele-glove and the Consumer Electronics Show; weight management curriculum; conversations on spinal cord injury; ADA and facilities management webinar; recognizing Down Syndrome Awareness Day. Sent January 25 2012.