A large curated collection with hundreds of resources for youth, young adults, families, college students, educators, and supporters; news items from around the country; webinars on methods to support college students with mental health conditions who have been affected by disruptions in school; and selections from Transitions ACR publications and products which may be of help to students, administrators, and counselors.
In this ADA Live! episode, Dr. Blake Jones, a faculty member at the University of Kentucky College of Social Work and a private therapist, talk about how the mental health of teenagers and adults may be affected during this extraordinary time, how we might help them and ourselves maintain mental health, and also share his thoughts on physical isolation and its impact on our health.
A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).
Young adults with disabilities are less likely to find employment than young adults without disabilities, and those youth with disabilities who are employed may earn less than their peers without disabilities. Unemployment and under-employment rates are especially high for young women with disabilities and some ethnic minority youth, such as African Americans.
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