How to protect yourself in emergency shelters during COVID-19 In the event of a hurricane, you may need to evacuate. But this year’s hurricane season is complicated by COVID-19. Everyone will need to work together to help reduce the spread
Resources for College Students with Disabilities Best Colleges released several guides for college students with disabilities. In these guides, you will find disability-specific resources, and information on financial aid and scholarships. There is also information on the disability services that
The CDC recently released a Covid-19 Toolkit for people with disabilities. This includes guidance around the needs of adults, children and youth with disabilities and/or special healthcare needs.
Updates and Resources Understanding Trauma in Disaster Shelter Settings July 14 and 16 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Please join us to learn more about trauma-informed approaches in shelter settings, presented by nationally recognized trauma expert, Dr. Kelly Graves.
Updates and Resources ASL Videos providing resources and information on COVID-19: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/services-deaf-and-hard-hearing/covid-19-resources-and-information The ADA responds to mandated face masks. This gives examples of accommodations/modifications to face mask policies: http://www.adasoutheast.org/ada/publications/legal/ada-and-face-mask-policies.php#examplesRM HHS Initiatives to Address the Disparate Impact of COVID-19 on African
UPDATES AND RESOURCES (updates regularly) May 7 Issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be at the forefront of the work we are doing at DRNC. Here are some highlights from this week: DRNC filed a complaint with the