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As part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and Mental Health Awareness Month, Los Angeles Public Library, The Asian Americans with Disabilities Initiative, and RespectAbility hosted a candid discussion about the lived autistic, ADHD, and Asian American experience and how they affect mental health. Speakers: Dennis Tran, Maddy Ullman, Vanni Le

Read transcript Developing leaders means that we model the practice of training and empowering the next generation of leaders in disability advocacy across our pillars. This includes investing in our staff through professional development and building new pathways for employee recognition and advancement. We also created new policies to shape a workplace environment that centers [click to continue...]

Read transcript Download PowerPoint Download Additional Resource on AAC (PDF) Throughout the pandemic, technology solutions provided opportunities for people with I/DD and their families to participate in what used to be inaccessible activities and environments. Today, tools such as virtual platforms, communication technologies, connected communities, and cognitively accessible solutions are applied in innovative ways to [click to continue...]

This event featured speakers who are dismantling inequity within and beyond health care. Expert speakers challenged our audience to participate in the reimagination of a health care system that centers community and healing over profiteering. Our speakers discussed how profit in health care incentivizes inequity by perpetuating and exacerbating segregated systems of care, which serves [click to continue...]

RespectAbility is a diverse, disability-led nonprofit that works to create systemic change in how society views and values people with disabilities. RespectAbility advances policies and practices that empower people with disabilities to have a better future. In honor of RespectAbility’s tenth anniversary in 2023, we reflected on RespectAbility’s accomplishments and our progress towards our mission [click to continue...]

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