Schedule & Archives

Featured Webinar Series

Virtual Series: Disability Employment - Looking Back and Moving Forward

October 2020 – each Wednesday at 1:00 pm [Eastern Time]

Four events (1 podcast, 3 webinars)

  1. Archive:
    Podcast: ADA Live! Celebrating 100 Years of Vocational Rehabilitation with RSA Commissioner Mark Schultz
  2. October 14 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET
    Webinar: Shaping Modern Disability Employment Policy through the Lens of Past Veterans’ Experience
  3. October 21 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET
    Webinar: RRTC Disability Inclusive Employment Policy Center
  4. October 28 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET
    Webinar: Future Images of the Face of Vocational Rehabilitation

  5. More Webinar Series Archives


    Advancing Equal Employment Opportunities
    and Creating Inclusive Workplaces

    Eight webinars (each 1.5 hours)
    1. Employment First 101
    2. Job Development: The First Steps
    3. The ADA, Employment and Disclosure
    4. Seeing Community and Building Connections with an Employment Lens
    5. The Truth About Employment and Social Security Disability Benefits
    6. "Building Intentional Culture" - How to foster a welcoming workplace
    7. Sharing Your Story with Confidence in the Workplace
    8. Large Employer Initiatives and Public Sector Employment


    Veterans, Disability, and the Power of Literature Webinar Series

    Three webinars (each 1.5 hours)
    1. History of Literature: Veterans and Disability
    2. How Veterans with Disabilities Use Literature to Build Community
    3. Conversation with the Poets: Veterans and Disability

    Financial Webinar Series - Show Me the Money!

    Three webinars (each 1.5 hours)
    1. Creating a Culture of Financial Inclusion and Access
    2. Money Smart: A Tool to Foster Greater Economic Inclusion Among Individuals with Disabilities
    3. Understanding ABLE Accounts: Advancing Self-Sufficiency for Individuals with Disabilities and Their Families

    The History of Disabilities Webinar Series

    Four webinars (each 1.5 hours)
    1. The Tangled Roots of Disability Policy
    2. World War I and Rehabilitation
    3. Mid-20th Century Ferment in Disability Rights
    4. Civil Rights to Disability Rights