HOMEPAGE IN THE NEWS

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9/19/2007

'An incredibly bleak picture': As developmentally disabled Baby Boomers live longer, their long-term care becomes a burden for their aging family members (Chicago Tribune) (AUCD member quoted)

 
 

9/14/2007

10-Year-Old Wins Washington State Bowling Title (ASA News)

 
 

9/11/2007

Engaging and Serving People of Color with Disabilities: TASH Webinar featuring AUCD members

 
 

9/10/2007

US Open Tennis Stars Outshined by Workers. (Queens Tribune) Event food service company hired 250 managers and 1,400 workers for the event, including 80 men and women from YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities

 
 

9/10/2007

Workin', a play about the challenges faced in the working world by people with DD, features four actors with DD, to be presented at Vancouver Fringe Festival (Burnaby News Leader)

 
 

8/30/2007

Parallel Play: A lifetime of restless isolation explained

The New Yorker: After fifty-two years, I am left with the sensation that my life has been spent in a perpetual state of parallel play, alongside, but distinctly apart from, the rest of humanity
 
 

8/10/2007

Families get help finding loved ones lost in institutions (CNN.com)

 
 

8/7/2007

Certain Degrees Now Cost More at Public Universities

New York Times: Public university officials admit they are queasy about a practice that appears to value one discipline over another
 
 

8/7/2007

Program makes success real for students with disabilities

Fort Bend Herald and Texas Coaster: Wharton County Junior College's new Success program seeks to help persons with disabilities transition into higher education and the workplace
 
 

8/7/2007

UNF helping college dreams come true: A program there gives the disabled "an authentic college experience"

The Florida Times-Union: Kelsey Adams will fulfill her college dream as one of 15 students in the University of North Florida's On Campus Transition Program, starting next week
 
 

7/18/2007

Walgreens Recruits Employees with Disabilities Through New, Highly Accessible Website

 
 

7/8/2007

The Gregarious Brain (NY Times)

 
 

7/5/2007

Families Angle to Keep Massachusetts Home for Disabled (NPR)

 
 

7/4/2007

Imagine Cup Competitors Focus on Education (NPR)

 
 

7/4/2007

Playing Doctor: Oh, no! I'm the first patient these 23 medical students have ever examined (Slate Magazine)

 
 
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