cognitive disabilities

Staying Healthy Portfolio in My Life

Cognitopia added a collection of COVID-19 resources to the Staying Healthy portfolio in My Life. It’s designed to provide cognitively accessible information related to the coronavirus, including reliable links, instructional videos, personal care routines, and collected other info to help folks get through a difficult time. Cognitopia’s MyLife tool can be used remotely by a student and their support team as they transition from school to college or work.


NIDRR Presents: The Right to Web Equality for People with Cognitive Disabilities

Dr. Peter Blanck, Ph.D., J.D.  
April 4, 3:30-5:00 PM
Potomac Center Plaza, 550 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC - Room 4090
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Staying in Touch: A Simple Email Program Means Independence for People with Cognitive Disabilities.

We’re rarely far from our email these days. For most of us, it’s a great communication tool: We use it every day for work and play. For people with cognitive disabilities, email may be the key to overcoming isolation and building family and community relationships. Research from two NIDRR-funded studies has shown that a simplified email program is a suitable tool for the job.

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