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.
Leadership & Career Studies Open House Scheduled
New four-year certificate program—Leadership & Career Studies—will hold an open house on Wednesday, December 9.
December 14th and 19th: Film Screening with Panel Discussion in Two Locations
Leadership & Career Studies Student Registration Now Open
Leadership & Career Studies is now accepting applications from individuals with intellectual disabilities for a four-year certificate program which provides a college experience and develops academic abilities, career aspirations, work skills and independence.
Governor Proclaims November Assistive Technology Awareness Month in Pennsylvania
Competence and Confidence Partners in Policymaking (C2P2) 2018 Applications Available
Senior Emergency Readiness Summit: November 14
Institute on Disabilities at Temple University awarded $2.7 Million Grant
6th Annual Disability Pride Philadelphia March and Celebration
Weeklong disability pride celebration in Philadelphia culminates with march, speakers, and performances on Saturday, June 17, 2017.
#visionariesaremade - Father's Day 2017
#visionariesaremade - Mother's Day 2017
Disability Funding Rally
Registration Open: Building Sustainable Personal Support Networks, One Small Step at a Time
Official Launch: PA ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience)
Through a tax free ABLE Account, people with disabilities will be able to save more money, gaining greater control of their own current and future financial position...
CONES, a solo show about vampires, vision loss, and ice cream
5th Annual Graduate Assistant Poster Session
Homeschooling and Inclusive Education Webinar April 12
In this webinar, attendees will learn about homeschooling: related Pennsylvania laws, benefits for your child, requirements, secondary transition, and additional supports.
The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University Receives Grant from Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University has been awarded a High Impact Innovative Quality of Life grant by the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. The grant will fund the "Adaptive Design Greater Philadelphia" program and will serve children (birth-6) with paralysis causing conditions.
Institute Announces Small Grants for Assistive Technology