With thanks to The Harlem Independent Living Center, with support from the AIDS Institute, for the production of five brief videos on HIV developed in sign language by and for […]
Role of Deaf Educators
Role of Deaf Educators from HIV Training NY on Vimeo.
More About HIV
More information (captioned) from HIV Training NY on Vimeo.
Understanding HIV Testing
Understanding HIV Testing from HIV Training NY on Vimeo.
Know Your Rights
Know Your Rights from HIV Training NY on Vimeo.
What is HIV?
What is HIV from HIV Training NY on Vimeo.
2016 Class Action Lawsuit and SUNY Purchase Campus Access
8.9.18 – The recent refusal and later, accommodation, received by an incoming freshman student, with a disability, at SUNY Purchase highlights the issue on campus of accessibility and ADA access. […]
Its Your Move Michael Hellmann
The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law in 1990, yet , to date, numerous businesses have still made no effort to remove access barriers. Michael Hellmann, the ADA […]
Its Your Move Joe Bravo
Joe Bravo, the long term executive director of Westchester Independent Living Center (WILC) and Putnam Independent Living Services (PILS), will discuss the growth of the Independent Living Movement, and talk […]
Its Your Move David CJ
David C. Johnson will discuss his personal experience living with Autism and how it is perceived by the general public and by individuals at different intersections of marginalized identity. Autism […]
Its Your Move Fran Wishnick
Fran Wishnick has written a profoundly moving book about her son Craig, who at the age of 27 ended his own life after a lifetime struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome and […]
HHS Releases a New Resource to Help Individuals Access and Use Their Health Information
The US Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) today released the ONC Guide to Getting and Using your Health Records, […]
Its Your Move Geri Mariano
Most people wouldn’t consider the ability to live independently in their own home and in their community, a civil right, but an option they can exercise freely. Geri Mariano will […]
The Housing Resource guide for People with ASD-I/DD
The Housing Resource guide for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Westchester County NY, was written to assist people with ASD-I/DD, their families and […]
New Resource to Help Individuals Access and Use Their Health Information
April 2018 – The US Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) today released the ONC Guide to Getting and Using your […]
Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
Lower the risk of developing diabetes while improving your health
NYS draft Transition Plan
Public Comment open for draft NYS Transition Plan to better integrate services based on person-centered planning for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) […]
WILC successful in Port Chester Train Station Elevator Project
Port Chester train station elevator now open The Journal News 12.1.2017 – After more than a year-and-a-half of pedestrian and traffic confusion downtown, construction on a new elevator and ramp […]
NY ABLE Program to Help Persons with a Disability Save
The NY ABLE Program allows New York State residents with disabilities to save money…