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Disability Is Natural (2009)
Session from May 2009 Special Needs Program presented by Kathie Snow-Disability Advocate and author. Like gender, ethnicity, and other traits, disability is one of many natural characteristics of being human. This session explains what can happen when we deconsruct disability, use People First Language, and focus on people's strengths and abilities. Awesome change is possible when we think and talk differently.
Employment, Age and Disability Discrimination (2011)
Gain a general understanding of the laws barring age or disability discrimination in housing and employment. Approx. 45 mins. Presented by Kate Mewhinney, CELA.
Future Path for Strengthening Legal Services and Elder Rights (2012)
Although OAA reauthorization remains a work in progress, this session explores implications for legal services/elder rights based on the current political landscape. The goal for this workshop-no matter what the status of reauthorization-is to explore ways to reinvigorate legal services/elder rights advocacy and re-energize advocates. Panelists and colleagues brainstorm on how elder rights advocates can best move forward to ensure strong legal assistance and elder rights systems in the future. Presented by Penelope A. Hommel, M.Sc., Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology; Sophie Kasimow, Staff Director, Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging (Bernie Sanders I-VT); Natalie K. Thomas, Attorney at Law, State Legal Services Developer, Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services; Omar R. Valverde, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging, Office of Elder Rights as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
Housing Discrimination Facing Persons with Disabilities
This session will address Fair Housing Act issues as they impact elderly persons and persons with disabilities. Utilizing fair housing law to allow people to age in their home.
Older Americans Act: Past Present Future (2011)
From the National Aging & Law Institute. Traces legal services/elder rights advocacy in the OAA; highlights current (November 2011) provisions and explores ways they might be strengthened in scheduled 2011 reauthorization.
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