Training, Events, and Opportunities to Participate
If you are a U.S. resident at least 18 years old who uses a service animal or other animal that assists with your disability, or a parent of a child who uses such an animal, the Southwest ADA Center invites you to complete this anonymous survey about experiences accessing public places with your animal.
The Viscardi Center is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards. These awards honor leaders who have helped improve quality of life for people with disabilities in all areas of community life, including employment. Nominations are due by October 20.
The Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) project at Virginia Commonwealth University has fellowship position openings for postdoctoral students studying a diversity of neurological conditions and disorders. The two-year fellowship program offers comprehensive training in areas relating to neurological disorders and rehabilitation, including mentorship with accomplished medical school faculty, involvement in ongoing clinical research, and development of scientific publications and grant applications. Program and application information are available from the project's website.