NPR interviews author and disability rights activist Emily Ladau.
National Trends in Disability Employment (nTIDE) is issued semi-monthly by Kessler Foundation and the University of New Hampshire.
On February 8, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Microsoft’s Chief Accessibility Officer, testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions for a hearing “Lessons Learned from COVID-19: Highlighting Innovations, Maximizing Inclusive Practices and Overcoming Barriers to Employment for People with Disabilities.
For many young adults with autism obtaining and maintaining employment can present some unique challenges. Unfortunately, despite the vastly increasing numbers of individuals being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), adult services for this population are seriously lacking.
While overdose death rates have increased in every major demographic group in recent years, no group has seen a bigger increase than Black men. As a result, Black men have overtaken White men and are now on par with American Indian or Alaska Native men as the demographic groups most likely to die from overdoses.
The Kessler Foundation reports on national trends in major employment indicators for people with disabilities.
The authors advocate for improving the program to better serve people with disabilities.
This overview looks at innovative approaches to promoting child and family well-being.
Gladys Carrión and Vincent Schiraldi discuss alternatives to trying young people in adult courts.
Prison forced the author to be still and start his mental metamorphosis.
Research shows that more diverse viewpoints can lead to better decision making.