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January 2013 - ADDitude Magazine offers Free ADHD Expert Webinars this month to better manage your life

Head to ADDitudeMag.com Webinars to see the full line-up of January Free ADHD Expert Webinars. Plus, listen to the free recordings of ADHD Expert Webinars you missed. ADDitude's ADHD Awareness Webinars address topics that will help you better manage symptoms, your family, and your life for Adults with ADHD and Parents of Children with ADHD. THese webinars are hosted by top experts in the field. You can write your questions in ahead of the webinar.

January 2013 - New Yorkers hail cabs virtually at accessibledispatch.com

Cab riders in New York city can hail wheelchair-accessible cabs by placing a call, sending a text or using a smartphone app or going online to accessibledispatch.com. Check out the article in the New York Times - Disabled in New York Hail Cabs Virtually

December 2012 - Employer benchmarks aim at improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities

The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN) have begun a partnership to establish a national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices for disability employment inclusion and accessibility. The new index - currently referred to as the "Disability Equality IndexSM" - will provide employers with a transparent, objective road-map for improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The index will be released in 2013. For more, visit AAPD or USBLN.

December 2012 - CMS releases 2013 Medicare handbook

If you or a loved on receives Medicare benefits, check out the latest edition of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' handbook Medicare & You. You will find all of the essential information for obtaining the prescription and medical coverage you need to stay healthy in 2013. You will also learn more about the new preventive services and prescription drug gap assistance, now being offered under the Affordable Care Act. Learn about this, and more in the new handbook.

December 3, 2012 - Today is the United Nation's International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Read the commemoration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities: Theme for 2012: Removing barriers to create an inclusive and accessible society for all at UN Commemorates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's Message for 2012 . "Persons with disabilities have a significant positive impact on society, and their contributions can be even greater if we remove barriers to their participation. With more than one billion persons with disabilities in our world today, this is more important than ever." .... "Our challenge is to provide all people with the equality of access they need and deserve. Ultimately, this will create a better world for all." - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

December 3, 2012 - This Week Disability Groups Promoting the U.S. Senate Ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities treaty

According to the U.N. about 126 countries have ratified the Disabilities Rights convention and it is backed by the Obama administration and Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts, however the Senate has yet to ratify it. There are Senators opposing the treaty, so amendments are being worked on. Ratifying the treaty will cause no change to U.S. law and it would allow the U.S. to take a leadership position on disability rights throughout the world and ensure Americans with disabilities the same protections they have here in the U.S. when they travel abroad.

For more information, visit the news article from Disability Scoop: Fate Of Disability Treaty Unclear In Senate

December 2012 - How to Help People with Disabilities in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

"As we look ahead to recovery, a group often overlooked by Hurricane Sandy's effects is people with disabilities," said Rodger DeRose, the president and CEO of Kessler Foundation. "Many lost wheelchairs, ramps, vehicles, medical supplies and access to accessible housing. They lost their means of independence and necessary resources to stay healthy." "Disabled and elderly citizens have been faced with a plethora of hurdles and tasks to overcome since Hurricane Sandy made landfall almost a month ago. The disaster caused widespread power outages, immense flooding, many deaths, displaced families, homes completely lost and now life will never be the same." from Able, November 2012. The Kessler Foundation has established the Hurricane Sandy Emergency Fund to provide grants to disability organizations helping people in New Jersey.

For more information visit our guide on How to Give to the effort to assist people with disabilities that have survived Hurricane Sandy

November 2012 - Interactive Tool on correlation of sun exposure, Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis

Healthline just launched an interactive tool that shows the correlation between sun exposure, vitamin D, and MS rates. You can find it at: http://www.healthline.com/health/multiple-sclerosis/vitamin-d. Australian researchers are about to launch the world's first large-scale clinical trial to measure vitamin D's effectiveness as a preventative treatment for MS.

November 2012 - Join the What's Your Connection social medica campaign

Disability.gov wants to know what is your connection to disability. What's Your Connection? will run from October 30, 2012 to July 31, 2013. Join in this effort to spark conversations and build support for inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and in their communities. Share how having or knowing someone who has a disability has touched your life. You can either e-mail a photograph in JPG format, along with a 250-word maximum caption, to disability@dol.gov or upload a captioned, one-minute video to your personal YouTube page. Be sure to include the hashtag, #myconnection2, in the title.

October 2012 - Let your voice be heard! VOTE in the November 6 elections -

See our NHU Advocacy Alerts with information on Presidential candidates' positions on disability issues and voting at National Disability Legislation News . Did you know you can vote early? Early voting starts in many states. Visit your local municipal clerk’s office to request a ballot! Why stand in lines on election day - get out there and vote today!

October 2012 - Federal funds will provide training for special education teachers

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced more than $24 million will be going to 22 states to help recruit, retain and train highly-qualified special educators. Awards of between $539,304 and $2.2 million will go to Alabama, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin.

October 2012 - October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Read the following article from Disability.gov on National Disability Employment Awareness Month - NDEAM 2012: The Value of Work By Kathleen Martinez, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Disability Employment Policy (Reposted from DOL’s (Work in Progress) Blog) What can YOU do? Employers should reevaluate their needs for their labor force and people with disabilities should reevaluate their talents and work ethic. Value for both employers and employees by hiring people with disabilities. "America’s future success requires us to capitalize on the talents of all segments of the population, and the responsibility for making that happen must be shared. There is something everyone can do—every day of every month."

September 2012 - Massive private investment to improve health care for those with intellectual disabilities

Philanthropist Tom Golisano recently pledged $12 million over four years to expand Special Olympics' health-related services to people with intellectual disabilities (ID). This contribution will allow for the launch of a new Healthy Communities initiative, through which 1,500 clinics will be established to address the unique health care needs of people with ID. The 4 year plan calls for clinics in Arizona, Florida, Kansas, New Jersey, Wisconsin and New York, as well as in a number of countries worldwide. The grant also provides for training on the specific health needs of people with ID for approximately 5,000 health care professionals as well as 60 mini-grant awards to replicate and expand the work of the Healthy Community projects. For more on this exciting initiative, check out the full press release.

2012 - Presidential Proclamation, 22nd Anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act 2012

July 26th, 2012 was proclaimed the 22nd Anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act and a day to celebrate by President Obama. In his proclamation, the President described the work and advocacy of citizens with disabilities to tear down barriers and secure protections for the same "fundamental rights and freedoms afforded to each of us by our Nation's founding documents." With this historic piece of civil rights legilation we became the first nation to give equality to its citizens with disabilities. He outlined what his administration has done to "build on the legacy of the ADA"

1. The Affordable Care Act - insurance companies can no longer deny coverage to children with disabilities because of pre-existing conditions, medical history or genetic information.

2. Protect and strengthened Medicare and Medicaid by improving benefits and opposing proposals that would shift costs to seniors and persons with disabilities.

3. Establishment of the Administration for Community Living at the Department of Health and Human Services to help ensure people with disabilities have the support they need to live with respect and dignity in their communities and to be fully included in our national life.

4. New standards for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act that will help measure and improve outcomes for infants and toddlers with disabilities.

He concluded with thoughts on the barriers that remain, we can pay tribute to the advocates and how Americans with disabilities have become leaders in every field and celebrate their contributions to our Nation.

August 30, 2012 - Paralympic Games open with inspiration from the Queen hosting and Stephen Hawking

The Paralympics opened this week with an uplifting message from the Queen and Stephen Hawking, renowned physicist and supporter of the paralympics. For more on this story visit the Yahoo News Article from the UK and Ireland

August 30, 2012 - Paralympic Games open with record number athletes, spectators and media coverage

The opening drew a crowd of 60,000 in the UK and more than 2 million have bought tickets to the athletic events. The International Paralympic Committee reports a record 4,280 Paralympians from 165 countries will participate in the games. The US team is sending 227 paralympians, 20 of whom are veterans. Although there is increased air time in the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United States, NBC will show only 4 one hour highlights of the games and a 90 minute program after the games close. Visit the Huffington Post Article - Paralympics 2012: Disabled Vets Inspire Record U.S. Media Coverage

August 30, 2012 - Paralympic Games events run through September 9th

The events are varied and call on athletic best such as archery, cycling track, goalball, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball. The real story of the paralympics are the athletes, of course who are olympian level and to see the best in each sport is nothing short of fantastic. Benoît Huot of Montreal broke his world record and won the gold medal on Thursday in the men's 200-metre individual medley in swimming. In the women's 200 individual medley swimming, Sophie Pasco of New Zealand in a world record 2:25.65 won gold. Joseph Berenyi of the U.S. won gold in the Men's Ind. C3 Pursuit on the cycling track. For a schedule of events and results, visit London: 2012 Be sure to catch the four 60-minute paralympic highlight programs on the NBC Sports Network and the 90 minute program on September 16th.

August 2012 - Webinar series focuses on financial wellness for people with disabilities

National Disability Institute, in partnership with Acorda Therapeutics will host a FREE 6-part Financial Wellness webinar series that will address financial, tax and public benefits topics for people living with disabilities, their families and care teams. The series will kick off on Wednesday, September 5, 2012, with the following schedule:

You may sign up for whichever topics are useful to you. Visit, Real Economic Impact to learn more and to register.

August 2012 - National Council on Disability proposes phasing out Federal subminimum wage programs for workers with disabilities

As protesters were out in force against Goodwill's practice of paying less than minimum wage to their employees with severe disabilities, the National Council on Disability (NCD) called for a phase out of the Federal program that allows this practice. A 1930s era federal program, knowns as 14(c), grants employers special permission to pay those with disabilities less than the federal minimum wage. The reasoning behind the program is that people with severe disabilities perform at a slower pace than those without, and therefore would not be employable without a concession on wage. The NCD proposal calls for a six year phase out to allow for the transition to supported employment programs for the approximately 420,000 Americans with disabilities who are currently employed under the 14(c) arrangement.

While disability advocates cheer this proposal, parents and family members of those in the program fear the consequences of the phase out. According to one parent of an adult child with a severe disability, "My 35 year old [son] who struggles with severe cognitive limitations and Cerebral Palsy has grown and flourished in his “subminimum wage” program. There are exceptional programs that would be decimated should the 14c be phased out. My son could not “transition to a supported employment environment”. And once again it is the parents who are hung out to dry to figure out what they can do to make their children’s lives meaningful and fulfilling."

Several similar proposals never moved forward. To express your opinion, contact the National Council on Disability, 202-272-2004 (Voice), 202-272-2074 (TTY), ncd@ncd.gov.

Read the Report on Subminimum Wage and Supported Employment.

August 2012 - New national campaign focuses on inclusion

Everyone Matters is a national campaign aimed at spreading the message of love and acceptance of all humans; no matter their gender, race, sexual orientation, disability, religion, and so on. The campaign encourages the sharing of photos and videos declaring who you are and what you believe in. There are also opportunities to start a blog. Check it out and give yourself a shout out!

August 2012 - Census report highlights disability in America

In the Current Population Report, Americans with Disabilities: 2010, Household Economic Studies, the US Census Bureau takes an important look at how Americans with Disabilities are woven into the US economy. Key findings include:

  • Only 41% of working age adults with disabilities are employed
  • People with disabilities are more than twice as likely to live in poverty compared to those without disabilities
  • Despite these limitations, People with disabilities represent more than $200 billion in discretionary spending

    August 2012 - Disability Report Demonstrates Great Strides in Hiring People with Disabilities

    Personnel Management (OPM) reports that more than 200,000 people with disabilities now work for the federal government, also the most in 20 years. Over 3,000 federal employees from more than 56 agencies have been trained on recruitment techniques and all cabinet level agencies have attended trainings hosted by Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

    The federal hiring community is better prepared to hire the talented members of the disability community by using the Schedule A excepted appointing authority to hire people with disabilities, providing reasonable accommodation, the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP), and getting employees who become ill or injured on the job back to work.

    August 2012 - Transportation and Taxi Voucher Programs: Creating Flexible Options for People with Disabilities Free Webinar

    Easter Seals Project Action will be hosting a free seminar that will explain the workings of community transportation voucher programs, such as the major players and stakeholders required to help start a program, the operational and policy considerations that must be examined, and marketing strategies that can be used to maximize the program impacts.

    Time for registration is limited!!!! Please visit Easter Seal for registration information.

    July 2012 - We Can't Wait: Obama Administration Announces New Initiatives to Get Veterans Back to Work

    With 850,000 veterans out of work and the war in Iraq and Afghanistan coming to an end, the Obama administration is taking steps to get veterans back to work:

    Veteran Gold Card provides Post-9/11 veterans access to enhanced services including six months of personalized case management, assessments and counseling, at the roughly 3,000 One-Stop Career Centers located across the country.

    My Next Move for Veterans is a Department of Labor website that allows veterans to identify careers based upon their military skill sets.

    Veterans Job Bank is an easy to use tool to help veterans find job postings from companies specifically targeting them.

    July 2012 - Report sheds light on veteran homelessness

    The recent report, Veteran Homelessness, released by HUD and the VA as a supplement to the Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, brings to light the alarming number of veterans who are without permanent shelter.

    With the recent withdrawal, and subsequent return of troops from Iraq and Afghanastan, it is essential that policiymakers acknowledge and address homeless prevention strategies for our most vulnerable veterans. To this end HUD, the VA and the Department of Labor have launched the Veterans Homelessness Prevention Demonstration (VHPD) program that targets veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, providing those who may otherwise be homeless with short-term rental assistance, health care and social services, and employment services.

    For more on this important initiative, visit va.gov/homeless.

    July 2012 - Unity Day takes stand against bullying

    On Wednesday, October 10, 2012, the National Bullying Prevention Center will host Unity Day and encourage the wearing of orange to support efforts to stop bullying. Americans and others around the world can take a stand against bullying by wearing orange, connecting on FaceBook, and distributing the bullying prevention flier. For more information about Unity Day and bullying, visit the National Bullying Prevention Center online.

    June 2012 - Arizona on top, Mississippi last in services for people with developmental disabiliites

    Every year United Cerebal Palsy (UCP) issues The Case for Inclusion, a report that highlights the good, the bad and the ugly of state funded Intellectual/Developmental Disability (I/DD) long term care services. This year Arizona comes out on top, with 99% of it's residents with I/DD being served in the community, and 96% of it's long term care funds being directed towards community-based services. Mississippi on the other hand comes in at the bottom, with just 42% of it's residents in integrated community-based settings, and a paltry 12% of long term care funds going towards community-based care. Mississippi also has 5 state-run institutions, which houses more than 1300 residents. UCP hopes that state officials and advocates will use their state's data to advocate for 100% participation in community-based care. To see where your state ranks, visit The Case for Inclusion: 2012.

    May 2012 - Accessible Twitter platform improves usability for those with disabilities

    While Twitter has taken social networking by storm, thousands of users had been left in the dust, due to a number of inaccessible design elements. But now, thanks to the award winning Easy Chirp, users who are blind for example, can interface with Twitter with relative ease. Developed by Dennis Lembree, a web accessibility expert, Easy Chirp, transforms the standard Twitter platform to incorporate numerous accessible design elements, including: keyboard accessible links, large default text size, improved search features, simplified navigation, and many more. If you've been avoiding Twitter due to it's complexity, you might give it a second look with Easy Chirp. Learn more by visiting easychirp.com.

    May 2012 - Advocates for people with disabilities are protesting the possible cuts to Medicaid

    For three decades advocates for people with disabilities have been working toward the right of people to live and work in their community rather than institutions. Recent proposals to change Medicaid is going backward on a community living commitment that will put people back in costly, wasteful institutions. ADAPT has proposed four ways in which Medicaid can be improved thru cost savings to avoid this disastrous reversal and prioritize independence and community living for people with disabilities. See their article at Welcome to ADAPT! > Medicaid Rally > Medicaid_savings which outlines expanding the use of more cost effective community based service, demedicalize services to allow attendants to perform these tasks for seniors and people with disabilities to live in their own homes, and expand consumers to manage their own services reducing the need for administrative costs, and this last one that advocates have been stating for decades, offer services based on functional need, rather than diagnosis and age.

    April 2012 - Several disability advocates were arrested April 23rd when protesting possible changes to Medicaid

    Disability Scoop.com reported that "The activists - many in wheelchairs - were participating in a demonstration organized by the disability rights group ADAPT. Members of the organization positioned themselves in the rotunda of the Cannon House Office Building and refused to leave prompting the arrests, according to ADAPT representatives. Members of ADAPT say they are speaking out amid a "dire national Medicaid crisis." Specifically, the group opposes a Republican plan to cut federal Medicaid funding and favors an elimination of the so-called "institutional bias" whereby states provide nursing care to individuals with disabilities in institutional settings, but often are not required to offer similar assistance in the community. Cutting or changing Medicaid without thoughtful reform has very real life or death consequences for people with disabilities and people who are aging who live on fixed incomes that are significantly below the poverty level," said Marsha Katz who traveled from Montana to participate in the ADAPT actions. "Washington should be putting our tax dollars into cost-saving community based services, not costly nursing homes and institutions." For more information, see this article Actor Noah Wyle, Disability Advocates Arrested In DC Protest By Michelle Diament, Disability Scoop, April 23, 2012.

    April 2012 - Administration for Community Living promises improvements in community care

    For decades, citizens with disabilities have been waiting for the fulfillment of the promise of integrated, long-term care in the community. Thousands of individuals with disabilities are unnecessarily wasting away in institutions that are ill-equipped to fulfill the most basic of life needs, including belonging, participating and building self-esteem. It is hoped, however, that with the newly created Administration for Community Living (ACL), all that was promised so many years ago, will finally come to be. According to the ACL website, "the new entity will establish a formal infrastructure to ensure consistency and coordination in community living policy across the Federal government. The new agency will work with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to develop, refine and strengthen policies that promote independent living among all populations, especially those served by Medicaid." President Obama authorized the creation of ACL as part of his Community Living Initiative "to ensure the fullest inclusion of all people in the life of our nation." To learn more about the Administration for Community Living, visit the administration's website.

    April 2012 - New UC Berkeley class goes far beyond academics for students with disabilities

    The University of California-Berkeley has long been considered one of the best post-secondary schools in the United States for students with disabilities. It's no wonder, given the comprehensive range of services provided via their Disabled Students' Program. What really sets UC-Berkeley apart are the extras that no other academic program offers; like their new Professional Development and Disability Course. Developed by Paul Hippolitus, Director of the Disabled Students' Program, Equity & Inclusion, this course addresses "the intricacies of work place culture, values and 'rules of the road'" when it comes to effectively marketing themselves as viable job candidates. "A class like this is absolutely essential in order to push aside low expectations and serious lack of knowledge about what it takes to succeed in the world of work," Hippolitus said. Offered for the first time this spring, the class has been very well received thus far. To learn more about this unique offering, check out the article UC Berkeley class prepares disabled students for competitive job market.

    April 2012 - Report finds government spends hundreds of millions on sheltered workshops, despite opposing policies

    In the new report, Beyond Segregated and Exploited: Update on the Employment of People with Disabilities, the National Disability Rights Network reports that a vast percentage of all federal dollars earmarked for the employment of people with disabilities is going to sheltered workshops. Such workshops are often disguised as training programs that promise to provide the skills needed to move on to competetive employment. This is not the case for most sheltered employees however. They typically remain at the workshop for an extended period of time, earning less than minimum wage. This is a perfect example of the federal government saying one thing and doing another. The government has long touted the importance of integrated, competitive employment for people with disabilities, yet it is clear, the money is not following suit. The NDRN has outlined in this report, its policy initiatives and renewed commitment to ensuring workers with disabilities have access to competitive employment.

    March 2012 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports new survey - symptoms of Autism in children on a significant rise in the U.S

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention"s new survey results show a rise in incidence, about 1-88 children in the United States exhibiting symptoms of autism whose cause remains unknown despite the research to date. A recent article in the Washington Post indicates that better case-finding, better diagnosis, doctors, teachers, and parents identifying children, may have something to contribute but it is evident to parents and organizations that autism has become an epidemic in the U.S. Advocacy groups are now considering environmental exposure or older parenthood as possible causes and may rule out genetic predisposition as this could not cause this significant rise in just a decade.

    March 2012 - The Cost of Autism on Society is Bringing Awareness and Getting the Attention to Find the Cause of this Condition

    Disability Scoop is reporting that "Autism is costing society $137 billion annually, according to new estimates that suggest a three-fold increase in less than a decade."..."The majority of the costs associated with autism over the lifetime occur in the adult years, the new analysis suggests. Specifically, funding residential care for those with autism who are often unemployed or underemployed adds up." "We are paying for the costs of inaction and the costs of 'inappropriate action,'" said David Mandell of the University of Pennsylvania, who is behind the research. "Social exclusion of individuals with autism and intellectual disability, and exclusion of higher-functioning individuals from employment opportunities are increasing the burden not only on these individuals and their families, but on society as a whole."

    For more information, see this article in Disability Scoop at the link above.

    March 2012 - Walgreens to expand hiring initiative for people with disabilities to retail stores

    A model employer of people with disabilities, Walgreens recently announced that it will be launching an initiative aimed at recruiting, training and hiring people with disabilities for positions at their retail stores. This comes after a highly successful initiative at their distribution centers, which has served as a model for other larger corporations. Through this new pilot program, Walgreens is partnering with local service providers to identify and train people with disabilities for jobs as cashiers and other retail positions. The program is currently in place in Dallas, Houston, Chicago and New York as well as parts of Wisconsin and Connecticut. Visit Walgreens Disability Inclusion to learn more about this and other initiatives targeting workers with disabilities.

    February 2012 - Help available to pay for assistive technology for the blind

    If you are legally blind and think technology would improve your life, the Association of Blind Citizens can help you pay for it via their Assistive Technology Fund. The fund will cover 50% of the retail price of adaptive devices or software for individuals who are blind. Eligible products must retail for a minimum of $200 with a maximum retail price of $6,000. Persons eligible to apply for assistance must be legally blind, have a family income of less than $50,000, and cash assets of less than $20,000. If applicants are selected to receive a technology grant, applicants will be asked to provide documents such as tax returns, bank statements and any other documents that the ABC board or it's designee would deem necessary to assess financial need for the grant.

    Applications must be submitted by June 30th and December 31st for each grant period (two per year). Applicants may submit one request per calendar year and this request must be submitted via e-mail. Copy and paste the Assistive Technology Fund Application in a word processor for completion. Completed applications should be e-mailed to atf@blindcitizens.org.

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