This issue includes a guide to public transportation and private mobility policies for people with psychiatric disabilities, survey for consumers guide, IMPACT features ODEP Assistant Secretary Kathy Martinez, Voices 4 Hope’s website for teens and young adults with mental health challenges, NARRTC presents KT4TTwith Knowledge Translation Award, webinar held on June 26 on creating collabrorative research roadmap, MyVoice translate ASL to English, and a webinar held on June 25 for shelter volunteer caregiving training.
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This issue includes a continuation of ENACT podcast series, SHRM-Cornell survey shows steps to retain and advance employees with disabilities, barrier-free technology on display at Cloud Computer Forum, webinar on customer service and transit riders with disabilities, Project Search interns graduate with real-world experience, article in Implementation Science from KT4TT, WRAP self-management program shows promise for people with mental illness, and National Aphasia Association conference held on July 28th.
This issue includes announcement of Center News, new rehab outcomes measures lectures, Push Girls debuts on Sundance channel, DeVivo Mentored Research Award opens for applications, article in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and a webinar on June 21st hosted by Lori Golden on hiring individuals with disabilities.
This issue includes series of SCI Forum Presentations with Ultralight Wheelchair Skills, app design challenge from DOL, final informational webinar on the Long Range Plan on May 31st, Edward Steinfeld named Distinguished Professor, webcast held on May 16thdirected by Charlie Lakin on the Mathematica Policy Research, and a 19thannual Mid-Atlantic ADA update.
This issue includes a peer program on cultural competency toolkit, nationwide study on TBI and Depression, exploring benefits of employing people with disabilities, two articles features in JVIB collaborated by Martin Giesen and Brenda Cavenaugh, Kim Bisset interviews Maryann Davis in recognition of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, summer courses in Universal Design, and healthcare access after SCI webcast.
This issue includes video series on Spinal Injury, recruitment for individuals with SCI in the Atlanta area, ODEP announces 2012 NDEAM theme, registration for webinar on the proposed Long-Range Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2017, The Atlantic article features the Sendero GPS Lookaround app, ENACT debuts Arthritis Active Living podcasts, and pediatric TBI Summit on November 15th.
This issue includes dietary guidelines for people with SCI, rehab measures database seeks reviewers, free webcast on May 29th at 3 on healthcare access after SCI, The Future of Children focuses on disabilities, May 17th and 18th webinar held on Aging and Disability, Dr. Lakin and other panelists discusses new Mathematica Forum, Judith Cook honored with Distinguished Faculty Award, and Kessler ARRT Fellows present new research findings.
This issue includes bridging aging and developmental disabilities service networks, registration for the 2012 National Transition Conference, self-management and Multiple Sclerosis studies, Technical Assistance and Dissemination Network, NARRTC awards James Krause, Suzanne Groah, Art Sherwood, Steven Haley, and Donna Nangle, TBI features on ABC affiliate WJLA, American Spinal Injury Association awards Apple Awards to members of collaborative Model Systems project led by University of Miami, registration for May 3rd webinar on ADA and Architectural Barriers Act requirements, and webinar May 8th featuring Ann Glang and Bonnie Todis.
This issue includes publishing of a digital newsletter on technology and healthy people living with SCI, survey on wheelchair-related injuries, accessibility for hotels and pools, reinventing web browsing with Capti for people with visual impairments, Long Range Plan for 2013-2017, and webcast on transitions from hospital to Long Term Care in Norway.
This issue includes publishing of the “new standard text” for universal design, a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy program for anyone experiencing depression and mild to moderate traumatic brain injury, The Administration for Community Living, RERC host Plenary Session at RESNA, AIMFREE aims to improve access to fitness for people with disabilities, and a webcast providing evidence-based supported employment.