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Virtual Town Halls

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Transit Planning 4 All (TP4A) is hosting two virtual town halls with a focus on identifying unmet transportation accessibility barriers and needs for people with disabilities and older adults across the country. The goal of this town hall is to gather insight from attendees who have direct experience with transportation accessibility and inclusion in transit planning and operations.

SAR-TAC Webinar Series on Accessibility and Plain Language

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SAR-TAC, managed by Self Advocates Becoming Empowered, is hosting webinars on accessibility and writing in plain language. Presenters from the Autistic Self Advocacy Network will share information about how to write policy in easy-to-understand language. The first webinar, Plain Language, will describe the ins-and outs of plain language and is geared to government and non-profit agencies.

This webinar will be held on Tuesday, May 8 at 4:00 p.m. ET. 

Webinar on Establishing DEI Standards Across Service Delivery Providers, Leaders, and Volunteers

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The National Council on Aging is hosting a webinar on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in service delivery, aimed at helping organizations address health disparities through DEI strategies and practices. The session will cover best practices for incorporating DEI among staff, volunteers, and leaders, with speakers from Williams Jaxon Consulting and the Partners in Care Foundation. Speakers
  • Sharon Williams, Consultant, Williams Jaxon Consulting
  • Dianne Davis, Partners in Care Foundation

Assistive Technology Solutions for Brain Injury and Employment

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Join the Disability Employment TA Center (DTAC) for a webinar discussing best practices for incorporating assistive technology solutions to support individuals with brain injury in employment. Brain injury can result in a range of cognitive, emotional, and physical challenges, making it difficult for individuals to find and maintain employment. In this webinar, learn how AT programs assess specific challenges and provide support before and during job retention. Case examples will be shared, and resources and program information will be disseminated. Speakers:

    How did the COVID-19 Recession Impact People with Disabilities in Rural America?

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    The Interagency Committee on Disability Research (ICDR) is hosting their May Lunch & Learn webinar. The webinar will explore the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment for people with disabilities living in rural areas. The webinar will include information on rates of telework, inability to work due to closed businesses, getting paid, and the ability to look for work in rural and urban areas.


    The Essentials of Data Sharing in a Coordinated Network of Community-Based Organizations

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    Learn what it takes to be able to share health care data within a coordinated network of CBOs. This session will also discuss the importance of looking at data analytics to evaluate need, performance, and opportunities. Western New York Integrated Care Collaborative, Inc. will share how they work with their service delivery partners to share data.

    This webinar will be held on Thursday, April 27 at 12:00 p.m. ET.

    Grand Rounds for Evidence-Based Program Providers

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    This sixty-minute monthly workgroup Zoom call from NCOA's Center for Healthy Aging will offer participants an opportunity to learn how Administration for Community Living (ACL) grantees are offering evidence-based programs during the coronavirus pandemic. In grand rounds style, grantees will share how they are delivering evidence-based programs in the virtual/remote environment, successes of their work, and lessons learned.

    Successful Public Health Approaches in Dementia Caregiving - Wisconsin

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    This webinar is part of a round-table series highlighting state activities to advance dementia caregiving goals. Each part of the series includes an overview of one state's efforts to implement a state-wide, innovative, integrative approach and then a Q&A session with attendees. This installment will feature Wisconsin.

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    Request for Applications: Multisector Plan for Aging Multi-State Learning Collaborative

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    In partnership with The SCAN Foundation, West Health, and the May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust, the Center for Health Care Strategies is accepting applications for participation in the second cohort of a multi-state learning collaborative to advance multisector plans for aging. A multisector plan for aging (MPA) is a state-led strategic planning resource that can help states transform the infrastructure and coordination of services for their rapidly aging population.


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