Category Archives: COVID-19

Vanderbilt Kennedy Center UCEDD Shares Vaccine Confidence Videos

Learn from first-hand accounts of people with disabilities and their families The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center UCEDD (University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities) has produced three brief videos to build COVID-19 vaccine confidence in the disability community. These videos feature an adult with an intellectual disability and a parent and her daughter with autism who…
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Iowa DD Council #Looking Forward Campaign

Resources to help people with disabilities protect themselves from COVID-19 Many people with disabilities are at a higher risk for getting seriously ill from COVID-19. The Iowa DD Council put together a number of online resources as part of their #Looking Forward campaign. These resources will help people with disabilities learn more about protecting themselves…
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Winter 2021 Issue of “Possibilities in Education and Training” Published

Featured Article Tells a Story of Resiliency and Independence  Read the latest issue of the “Possibilities in Education and Training” newsletter. The lead article features Mary Sue Adams, a Waterloo resident who recently moved from Harmony House, a facility serving individuals who have experienced a traumatic brain injury, to a house she designed herself. Mary…
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