Videos, Webinars, and Presentations

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Architectural Barrier Removal

Architectural Barrier Removal

The second session in this series reviews ADA obligation for places of public accommodation to remove barriers to accessibility when it is readily achievable to do so.

Overview of the ADA

Overview of the ADA

Join Joe Zesski and Jennifer Perry of the Northeast ADA Center for the first of three sessions on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This session will review how the ADA defines “a person with a disability,” where and when the ADA applies, who has obligations under the ADA, and the various enforcement agencies involved with the ADA.

Preparing Young Adults with IDD for the Workplace

Preparing Young Adults with IDD for the Workplace

An Inclusive Healthy Communities (IHC) grant from the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Disability Services, is helping Hudson County expand Project SEARCH, an innovative workforce training program for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Inclusion of Service Dogs

Inclusion of Service Dogs

Nimit Kaur discusses her personal journey as a guide dog user and explores the distinction between service animals and emotional support animals as well as relevant legislation.

Strategic Storytelling webinar

Strategic Storytelling

What about your work lights you up? Does your enthusiasm and commitment come through in your proposals and reports? Join us for a workshop to turn your work into an inspirational story that engages everyone from your friends and family to potential funders.

Language Matters webinar

Language Matters

In this virtual training, we discuss various approaches to talking about disability, including nuanced considerations and how to adapt your language in real time. Best practices for how to talk about other intersectional identities (e.g., racial and LGBTQ+ identities) will also be discussed.

Grantwriting 101

Grantwriting 101: Grant Application Essentials and Messaging

Liz Hayden and Dalene Neopolitan of Woods Services provide a hands-on introduction to writing grant applications, including an overview of the process from prospecting to submission, researching grants, and addressing key questions in typical grant applications.

Allies in Caring webinar

IHC ACADEMY: Allies in Caring

Allies In Caring (AIC) has focused on the development of community health workers who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHOH) to better serve the needs of other DHOH individuals within their region. Their team will discuss this vital work and the outcomes of their IHC project.

Family Resource Network webinar

IHC ACADEMY: Creating Inclusivity in the Community and Workplace

Professionals from the Family Resource Network discuss their IHC project, which culminated in the development of a tool to assess environments for accessibility. They will also discuss what they’ve learned over the two grant cycles in which they’ve participated.

Virtual Accessibility

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.

Access to Nature and Gardens

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.

Play video Strategic Partnership and Planning webinar

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.”