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One Year Later – NARIC Staff Reflect on COVID and Telework

It’s been a solid year since NARIC staff met to discuss the emerging COVID-19 pandemic and determine how best to meet our patrons’ needs while staying safe and healthy. Together with our management team, we decided to move to telework … Continue reading

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SCI Awareness – All Year Long

NARIC Project Director Mark Odum reflects on SCI Awareness Month, COVID-19, and why “awareness” is a year-long activity. Continue reading

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30th Anniversary of the ADA: Personal Reflections from Director Mark Odum on Where We Are and Where We Could Be in the Future

Today we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Each year as the calendar turns to July, I notice growing multitudes of ADA related articles and announcements to attend conferences, seminars, and webinars … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Rehab Week – Personal Perspectives on Why It Works

This week is Rehab Week, sponsored by the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation (NRAF). Events and observances throughout the week focus on educating people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation, from physical therapies and interventions to building social and communication … Continue reading

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