Virtual Release of the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium Conference continues all week.

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https://disabilitycompendium.org/event

https://disabilitycompendium.org/annualreport

https://disabilitycompendium.org/

Date: February 9-12, 2021 | 12:00pm – 1:15pm (ET) each day
Location: Online via Zoom Webcast
Cost: Free
Follow along on social media at: #DisabilityCompendiumEvent

We hope you will join us for our four-part virtual release of the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium on February 9-12, 2021, 12:00-1:15 pm. During this webinar series, experts will present three web-based tools (Compendium, Supplement, and State Report) that make finding and using disability statistics easier for individuals working on legislative and other matters relating to persons with disabilities.

February 9th was recorded and will be available on website soon.

Live captioning and ASL interpretation will be provided during this event.

Speaker List (PDF)

Agenda (View as PDF)

Day 1 (Tuesday, Feb. 9): Release of the Annual Report and Compendium

Moderator: Andrew Houtenville (UNH)


Day 2 (Wednesday, Feb. 10): Federal Data Collection and Adjusting to COVID Environment

Moderator: Kirstin Painter (NIDILRR)

  • Rapid Changes to U.S. Census Bureau Household Surveys: Data Collection During COVID-19
    Jason Fields (Census Bureau)
  • Health Data
    Julie Weeks (CDC/NCHS)
  • The Occupational Requirements Survey
    Michelle Dressner (BLS)
  • Disability Employment Data and Trends During COVID-19
    Chris McLaren (ODEP)
  • Questions & Answers

Day 3 (Thursday, Feb. 11): Impact of COVID-19 for People with Disabilities

Moderator: Amanda Reichard (NIDILRR)

  • Intersection of Race, Disability, and COVID-19: A Machine Learning Approach
    Allison Kolbe (ASPE)
  • Use of Telehealth
    Kimberly Phillips (UNH)
  • Employment Trends and State Patterns
    Andrew Houtenville & Shreya Paul (UNH)
  • Food Sufficiency
    Debra Brucker (UNH)
  • Questions & Answers

Day 4 (Friday, Feb. 12): Disability and African Americans

Moderator: Shelly Reeves (NIDILRR)

  • Infographic: Social Inequities Experienced by African Americans
    Kimberly Phillips & Marisa Rafal (UNH) 
  • COVID-19 Agenda among African Americans with Disabilities: A Social Determinants of Health Perspective
    Edward Manyibe & Andre Washington (RRTC on Research and Capacity Building for Minority Entities, Langston University)
  • Questions & Answers
  • Closing Commentary
    David Wittenburg & David Mann (Mathematica)
  • Quick Closing Remarks
    Andrew Houtenville (UNH)

(Agenda is subject to change)

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