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Unfair and Unequal: Covid-19 and People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Join the Lurie Institute and the Community Living Policy Center for a webinar discussion between disability community members, self-advocates, and policy researchers. This conversation will elevate the policy and lived experience impacts of COVID-19 among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Leaders and experts from the disability community will consider lessons learned, future federal policies, and ways that policies that promote Home and Community-based Services can provide more equitable social justice during this pandemic.

This discussion will include:
Moderator: Joe Caldwell, Director of the Community Living Policy Center
Angel Miles, Healthcare/home and Community Based Services Policy Analysis at Access Living
Julia Bascom, Executive Director at Autistic Self Advocacy Network
Nicole LeBlanc, National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems Group Coordinator, Disability Policy expert.
Scott Landes, Associate Professor of Sociology, Aging Studies Institute, Syracuse University

We have requested CART services and ASL translation. For any other accommodations please contact us at lurie@brandeis.edu as soon as possible.

Feb 22, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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