Check out the services and events happening with our partners at the Texas Center for Disability Studies.
The Road to Recovery - Trauma Informed Care Training is a project that will train 12-15 master trainers per year for three years as well as provide five training a year for the public.
The Texas Technology Access Project is the statewide assistive technology program for Texas. Texans can view assistive technology online and borrow items for up to 30 days - free. Try before you buy... It also has a demonstration lab so that people can come in and actually see various items.
E4Texas is an employment focused, university-based, post-secondary program for individuals with IDDs.
They also have a Disability Studies Speakers Series,which includes these upcoming events:
ADAPT’s Stephanie Thomas: “ADAPT: A History of Grassroots Organizing and Media Storytelling”
- Nov. 6 • 12-1 p.m.
- Steve Hicks School of Social Work 1.212
Qusay Hussein: “Refugee and the Disability Experience”
- Feb. 11 • 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
- LBJ School of Public Affairs SRH 3.122
Akemi Nishida: “Disability Justice”
- March 4-6 • Time TBA
- Center for Women and Gender Studies
Dr. Nazanin Heydarian: “Low Vision and Blind Patients’ Experiences with Medical Professionals”
- April 2 • 12-1 p.m.