Training, Events, and Opportunities to Participate
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) will hold Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Stakeholder Day on March 12 to offer an opportunity for members of the TBI community to come to Washington, DC, to learn about and discuss important issues with other stakeholders, including TBI survivors, families, support networks, and state and federal representatives. RSVP is needed by March 8; visit the website for more details.
A separate event sponsored by the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force will take place March 13.
Researchers are recruiting employees with mobility disabilities for a series of online surveys about how workplace design and the work environment affect an employee's ability to take part in work activities. Participants must be at least 18 years of age and currently employed at least 20 hours per week in a physical work setting. Only 1-2 employees per worksite will be enrolled and priority will be given to those who work outside of the rehabilitation services/disability advocacy fields. Participants will complete three online surveys and will be compensated for their time.
ADANN Seeks Input on Serving Older People and Latinos/Hispanics with Disabilities
The ADA National Network (ADANN) is interested in how to better serve older people and Latinos / Hispanics with disabilities. The results of these assessments will help inform outreach to support people with disabilities in understanding their rights and awareness of services.
Older Person Service Providers Needs Assessment
If you support older people with disabilities or medical challenges, we are seeking your input on how older people get and use information about their rights under the ADA.
Older Adults Needs Assessment
We would like to better understand how to ensure older people with disabilities have information about their rights under the ADA. If you are an older person with a disability or an on-going health or medical concern that impacts your ability to participate in your community, we are looking for your input.
Latinos / Hispanics ADA Needs Assessment
We would like to better understand how to reach and support Latinos / Hispanics with disabilities in understanding their rights under the ADA.