Addressing Racial Disparities through Rehabilitation Research


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By Nicky Miller

February is Black History Month, a time to renew our commitment to address the persistent racial disparities that affect the health and well-being of people of color in our society.

Black Americans with disabilities often face triple jeopardy, because of their race

2021 Kessler Foundation Virtual Grantee Symposium

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Hiring on Autopilot: How to Prepare Yourself and

People with Disabilities for AI Employment Practices

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

12pm - 1:15pm ET

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Free and open to the public, pre-registration required

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Join us at our 2nd virtual symposium to

Resource Refresh: Support for Life at Home after Brain Injury


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Brain injury recovery is a process that continues long after treatment and formal therapies end. People with brain injury often create a "new normal" in which they must re-establish routines and re-learn how to complete everyday

Celebrating Women in Science

By Nicky Miller 

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February 11 commemorates International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day that is pivotal in raising awareness about gender equality and empowerment of women and girls in the field of science. Although many efforts have been made to support women in STEM careers, accord