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El jueves, 16 de agosto a 14:00 EST puede unirse con la Oficina de la Política sobre el Empleo para Discapacitados (ODEP) del Departamento de Trabajo de los EE.UU. para el webcast Tecnologías accesibles y emergentes – Llaves para mejorar … Continue reading
Four NEW events added to the NARIC Calendar of NIDRR and Conference, Conventions, and Meetings Calendars!
The following events have been added to the NARIC Calendar of NIDRR Events and the Conference, Conventions, and Meetings calendar! NIMH Director’s Innovation Speaker Series Presents Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury in Modern War. Date/Time: Thursday, January 12, … Continue reading
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has an announced that funding is available from their Pilot Projects Grant Program. The purpose of this program is threefold: (1) the applications will aid PCORI in the development and enhancement of patient-centered outcomes … Continue reading
Dr. Saralynn Allaire leads this free webinar featuring strategies and resources for people with arthritis, lupus, or fibromyalgia, or similar conditions, to reduce or avoid work-related disability. Through this 1-hour webinar, you will be able to: Define work disability and … Continue reading
We Tweet (English and Spanish) and Facebook a lot of events that cross our desks. Here are a few webcasts you might want to check out. As we find more, we’ll post them to this page (so bookmark it!). The … Continue reading
What follows is a list of various calls which the public can participate in to learn about the President’s Fiscal Year 2012 budget in relation to Research, Development, HUD, Minorities, Health Care, Energy, Environment, Arts and Humanities, Social Safety Net, … Continue reading
The White House will be hosting the second monthly call to update callers on various disability issues and to introduce persons who work on disability issues in the federal government. This call is off the record and not for press … Continue reading
Several projects and organizations offer online training, brownbag, and other continuing education programs for job trainers, vocational rehabilitation providers, administrators, and more. Here’s a small sample: New online training sessions have been posted to worksupport.com including sessions on customized employment … Continue reading
Watch It: Webinar on prevention of obesity and cardiovascular disease in individuals with spinal cord injury (7/14)
WEBINAR: Introducing the RRTC on Spinal Cord Injury: Research Aimed at Improving Your Health. Part I: Prevention of Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease Wednesday, July 14, 2:00 PM Eastern Presented by Suzanne Groah, MD, MSPH, Project Director, and Manon Lauderdale, MSE, … Continue reading
adacourse.org is a fabulous resource for training and technical assistance courses on the ADA and accessibility. It is maintained by the Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers. We’ll let them do the introductions: This website features a centralized Search for … Continue reading