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Caregiving from an Evidence-Based Perspective

Nov
21

By Stephanie Mensh

November is National Family Caregivers Month. While caregiving can be a very rewarding experience, caregivers are at risk of fatigue, increased stress, and other negative health consequences. One way to help reduce the stressors faced by caregivers is to learn about and employ helpful tools and resources.

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#InclusionWorks at New Editions: Make it Work for You

Oct
20

By Jane Rath, Vice President 

New Editions has long been known as a company that embraces diversity and proactively recruits, hires, and advances individuals with disabilities.  New Editions is the only small business to receive the 2016 National Organization on Disability’s Leading Disability Employer SealTM  for its inclusive hiring practices.

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Happy 30th Birthday for Early Intervention and Preschool Services for Young Children with Disabilities and Their Families

Oct
04

By Cherie Takemoto, PhD  

October 8th marks the 30th anniversary of Public Law 99-457 that expanded the special education law to cover infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities. The law recognizes families as pivotal to the success of babies and young children with developmental disabilities. Early intervention and special education services definitely made a difference for my son, Pete – who is now 28 years old. Pete was born with the rare, genetic Costello syndrome, which is associated with ongoing global delays in development.

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How to Sustain State Resources for People with Disabilities Featured at National HCBS Conference

Sep
22

By Devon Mayer

The National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities holds an annual National Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Conference.  The conference is for staff of Federal, State, and local agencies, as well as partners, providers and advocates providing services to people with long term services and supports (LTSS) needs in the community. 

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Twenty-six Years Later - Reflecting on the American with Disabilities Act

Jul
26

By Jane Rath, Vice President

Another anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is here and I find myself once again taking stock of the progress we are making to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.  We are moving forward – even if slower than many of us would like.  I recently read an article that patently rejected the value and need for the ADA, highlighting exactly how far behind some people are in their thinking.  While the article angered me, it also reminded me that there is still much work to be done.

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National Mental Health Awareness Month

May
31

By Robert Bartolotta, Ph.D.

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National Reentry Week

Apr
28

By Cherie Takemoto, MPA, Project Manager

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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Apr
04

By Ceseley Haynes, MPH

Today marks the beginning of National Public Health Week (NPHW), an annual observance sponsored by the American Public Health Association (APHA) to celebrate the contributions of public health, highlight issues critical to improving the health of our nation, and mobilize communities with a shared call to action.

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Diabetes Alert Day: Learn Your Risk, Control Your Health

Mar
22

March 22nd marks the annual American Diabetes Association Diabetes Alert day, an event that serves as “a wake-up call asking Americans to take the Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.” The importance of early diagnosis and proper management is crucial to positive outcomes among the diabetic population, as the progression of the disease can lead to serious disability if not treated properly.

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