Becoming a Partner and Collaborator in the Center for Disability Health and Wellness
Reasons to consider becoming a collaborator with the CDHW:
- Build community.
- Increase networking.
- Benefit from collaborator partnerships and relationships with community agencies and others.
- Provide sustainable structure and ongoing outlets for dissemination and knowledge translation activities, including website, webinars, presentations, etc.
- Provide procedures and structure to improve and provide structures to training.
- Collate and leverage resources.
- Ari Houser, AARP Public Policy Institute*
- Alex Gossage, Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living*
- Jenny Sladen, The ARC National*
- The ARC Wayne
- Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America*
- Jillian Salmon, Advancing States: National Association of States United for Aging & Disability*
- Sara A. Link, No Wrong Door Virginia*
- Cheryl Vines, M.S, Paralyzed Veterans of America*
- Lisa Franklin, Warriors on Wheels of Greater Detroit*
*Representative, IDEAL RRTC Advisory Panel
Academic Department and Program Partners
- Department of Family Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, including their MDisability program
- Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), University of Michigan Medical School, including their the Program for Research on Women’s Health and Disability (PROWHD) and U-M Spinal Cord Injury System,
- Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation (CHRT)
- Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan
- Institute for Health Care Policy and Innovation (IHPI) at the University of Michigan
Michigan Artificial Intelligence Lab, University of Michigan College of Engineering
Social Worlds Research Group, University of Michigan School of Information