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National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2018

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2018


The 2018 NDEAM theme—America's Workforce: Empowering All—appears in the bottom half of the poster in red and navy blue lettering. Below the theme are the words National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The setting of the image is an office meeting room where an employee wearing a red polo shirt and using a power wheelchair is presenting the outcome of recent research on his laptop computer to three co-workers. At the bottom left is DOL's logo with the following words: OFFICE OF DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT POLICY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. Center bottom is hashtag NDEAM and the URL to ODEP's website dol.gov/odep.Celebrating Disability Inclusion for More than 70 Years!

Developmental Disabilities Council taking Legislators to Work

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Recruiting Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury as well as Caregivers and Nurses

Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center logoThe Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) is recruiting individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) as well as their caregivers and nurses to participate in a research study.

Adapted in TC: Paying Attention to Connection Worth Effort

Featured in the Record Eagle on August 26, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers

Adapted in TC: How we create our lives

Featured in the Record Eagle on July 29, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers

Adapted in TC: How we think affects how we talk

Featured in the Record Eagle on June 3, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers

5 Ways to Keep Your Business Moving While You're Away

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Henry Moore of FitWellTraveler.com

Protecting Our Rights Requires Vigilance

Featured in The Record Eagle on May 6, 2018 WRITTEN BY Susan Odgers

Crawford County Millage Proposal Would Help Pay For New Buses

Featured in the Crawford County Avalance WRITTEN BY Dan Sanderson, staff writer

Your Voice Matters! Take this quick National Survey on Health Reform and Independent Living

Information and Survey PROVIDED BY University of Montana Research and Training Center on Disability and Collaborative on Health Reform and Independent Living (CHRIL)

Pedaling Towards Happiness: 7 Mental Health Benefits of Riding Bikes

Guest blog post WRITTEN BY Hillary Angus featured on Momentummag.com

Five Reasons to Accommodate Service Dogs in the Workplace

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Jennifer Grant

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