Disability Pride Week and Parade
This June: Trainings for Emergency Managers and Related Personnel
Pittsburgh: Effective Communication for People with Disabilities in Emergencies will be presented by presented by Joanna King and Kim Singleton of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University.
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh: AT DME (Durable Medical Equipment) Emergency Planning Guide and AFN (Access and Functional Needs) Checklist Workshop will be presented by presented by Joanna King and Kim Singleton of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University.
Graduate Externship Opportunities
New graduate externships have been listed. Applicants must be matriculated and maintain good standing in a full-time graduate degree program at Temple University.
Leadership & Career Studies Registration Period Open
Leadership & Career Studies is a four-year certificate program which provides a college experience and develops academic abilities, career aspirations, work skills and independence for students with intellectual disabilities.
New Mini Course Lecture Series Dates Set for Spring '18
Erik Carter will present "Changing the Conversation: Engaging Communities in Improving Outcomes for Individuals with Disabilities" in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
2018 Disability & Change Symposium - March 26 at Temple University
The annual one-day symposium is scheduled for Monday, March 26, 2018.
Important Series Address Sexual Assault Epidemic Among People with Intellectual Disabilities
The NPR series "Abused and Betrayed" features an Institute expert and will run January 8 through January 18, 2018.