It is with great sorrow that the Center for Disability Health and Wellness (CDHW) has recently learned of the passing of civil rights activist and leader Judy Heumann.
Medical Students for Disability Health and Advocacy (MSDHA) Hosting U-M CDHW Member Tameka Citchen-Spruce
This hybrid event will take place at the Taubman Health Sciences Library and online on Zoom
We are sharing this job opportunity at Augusta University as a resource only. Interested applicants should apply through Augusta University job posting #251672.
Housing crisis is magnified for people with physical disabilities. Here’s how we can help.
The Department of Communication, in collaboration with the Center for Disability Health and Wellness, has created a handy guide to make sure language does not intentionally or unintentionally create an unwelcoming atmosphere for individuals with disability.
CDHW community partners Lisa Franklin and Tameka Citchen-Spruce recently took part in a webinar hosted by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
Congratulations to U-M CDHW Co-Director Dr. Michael McKee, and U-M CDHW partner UMAISE for being named among the 2022 Honorable Mentions as part of this year's James T. Neubacher Award ceremony. Full details about the award and event can be found here.
The article examines barriers to care for people with disabilities.
Center for Disability Health & Wellness receives $5 million grant to advance health outcomes for people with disabilities in marginalized communities
This project is a direct extension of efforts already underway at the CDHW. Project directors hope the grant will help bring about meaningful change in clinical, research, and community settings.
The open-access journal is interested in receiving manuscripts that will explore the problems faced by older adults with disabilities.