Webinars and Videos
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Inclusive Healthy Communities
An introduction to the Inclusive Healthy Communities program, launched in 2021 by the Division of Disability Services, NJ Department of Human Services.
Accessibility in Virtual Programming
A panel of experts and advocates discuss methods of improving accessibility and inclusion in online programming. Learn about quick actions you can take to improve accessibility as well as longer-term advocacy considerations.
Evesham Township: Striving for a Fully Inclusive Municipality
Join Mayor Jaclyn Veasy and Councilwoman Heather Cooper of Evesham Township for a discussion of their innovative approach to creating permanent change within the municipality to ensure disability inclusion remains a priority.
Grant Writing Essentials for the Field
Elaine Katz, Senior Vice President, Grants and Communications, at the Kessler Foundation, offers practical advice on how to write successful grant proposals.
Leaning into Discomfort: Making Mistakes and the Social Model of Disability
Explore the beauty of making mistakes! Sarah Napoli discusses the nuances of disability identity and working towards feeling more comfortable venturing into the unknown.
IHC Academy: Access to Nature and Gardens
Jennifer Papa, executive director of City Green, and Carleton Montgomery, executive director of Pinelands Preservation Alliance, discuss how their organizations are making the outdoors more accessible to people with disabilities.
IHC Academy: Discrepancies in Healthcare Experienced by Individuals with IDD
Wendy Aita of the Rowan RISN Center and Liz Hayden of Woods Services discuss their organization’s efforts to improve health care delivery for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
IHC Academy: Living Safely with Disabilities and Special Health Needs
Jill Harris and Adrienne Robertiello of Children’s Specialized Hospital discuss the development of their IHC project “Living Safely with Disabilities and Special Health Needs.”
Inclusion of People with Multiple Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses from an Intersectional Perspective
Kris McElroy reflects on his experiences as a biracial Black autistic transman living with multiple disabilities and chronic illnesses.
Uncomfortable Truths: Unpacking Bias and Intersecting Identities
This introduction to implicit bias, presented by Sarah Napoli of Open Society Foundations, examines how our identities, cultural backgrounds, and lived experiences inform how we interact with difference.
Strategic Partnership and Planning
Rebecca Martin of Rutgers University leads a discussion of how organizations can form strategic networks to strengthen their disability-inclusion work while staying true to the disability mantra “nothing about us without us.”