February, 2021


Loneliness and Social Isolation

What is the Difference Between Loneliness and Social Isolation?

The number of older adults age 65 and older is growing, and many are socially isolated and regularly feel lonely. The coronavirus outbreak brought even more challenges due to health considerations ...

Ticket to Work

TheTicket to Work program is a Social Security Administration program that can help those receiving Social Security Administration benefits (Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability Insurance and/or both) to achieve gainful employment. For some, this can be a complicated ...

Centers for Disease Control | Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control recommends that  accurate COVID-19 vaccine information is critical.

No Barriers Global Impact Challenge Update

Virtual Diverse Survivorz

According to Disability Network’s Independent Living Program Manager Caitlin Chlosta, the five students that participated in the No Barriers Global Impact Challenge have all exited the Shawono Center and have returned to their home communities. Some of ...

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