In this final podcast episode celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Aaron Kaufman shares his employment journey, including how VR played a positive role as he worked toward his employment outcome.
Liz Weintraub shares her unique employment story - her journey from a sheltered workshop to a Senior Advocacy Specialist on the Public Policy team at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities.
In this special edition of the PandA Pod, we explore what to expect during the 2020 General Election process given the current public health crisis. Learn about the rights of voters with disabilities, resources available to ensure the rights of voters ...
The current Commissioner of the Rehabilitation Services Administration and the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Mark Schultz, joins NDRN to discuss the tremendous potential of people with disabilities...
This is the first episode of a series celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month, NDRN had the pleasure of speaking with U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) who explains some of the legislation Congress is considering to improve employment op...
In this third episode of the PandA Pod, we hear the stories of the P&As who are out on the front lines every day ensuring that the rights of people with disabilities are not dismissed when disaster strikes.
During this second episode, we cover how census data impacts emergency preparedness and disaster assistance and why households need to respond to the 2020 Census.
We're excited to introduce the first-ever episode of the PandA Pod, a brand new podcast!
The National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) is excited to introduce the first-ever episode of the PandA Pod, a brand new podcast. The podcast name, PandA Pod, was inspired by the Protection and Advocacy (P&A) System - P&A...or P and A…as panda,