[bct] Re: FW: ADA employment study

  • From: "Darrell Shandrow" <nu7i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 22:21:38 -0700

Hey Neal,

Here's a fill on that link:


Looks great.

Thanks again.

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Neal Ewers" <neal.ewers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Bct" <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 7:50 PM
Subject: [bct] FW: ADA employment study

Maria R, sent this to me to make sure it was OK to post. It may give some of you a way to change the way things are.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Charles & Mary Ellen Cronin" <charmary@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 6:32 PM
Subject: ADA employment study

Subject: [acbny-l] ada employment study

Hi All,

The information below may be of help to some folks on this list.

John Farina

  ADA Employment Study Online Discussion Announcement:
>  The National Council on Disability is currently conducting a
study that will
>  gather information from a wide range of sources and
stakeholders regarding the
>  issues that persons with disabilities encounter in seeking and
>  employment.  Rutgers University Program for Disability Research
is facilitating
>  this discussion for NCD via an online bulletin board  Please
read the following
>  invitation from Rutgers University for information about
joining in.
>  Rutgers University Program for Disability Research invites you
to participate
>  in a discussion of important issues facing persons with
disabilities who are
>  working or who want to work.  The purpose of this online
discussion is to
>  inform policy and program recommendations for employment
opportunities for
>  individuals with disabilities.
>  Your participation is entirely voluntary.  You can choose
whether you want to
>  read information, respond to issues, or raise issues on this
>  discussion.  The amount of time that you spend on it will be up
to you.  You can choose to
>  remain anonymous by not including your name or identifying
information OR you
>  can choose to include your name and identifying information.
You will be
>  directed to our welcome letter for more information about this
study when you
>  first enter the online discussion.
>  This online discussion is funded by the National Council on
>  It is located at httpccwwwddncdadaemploymentstudyddcom
>  Please review the first post in the bulletin board for further
>  including contact information for the study, at
> httpccwwwddncdadaemploymentstudyddcom/viewtopicddphp"id equals
>  Thank you for visiting the 2005-2006 Employment Study Online
> DiscussionstBulletin Board.  This study, funded by the National
Council on Disability, will
>  gather information from a wide range of sources and
stakeholders regarding the
>  issues that persons with disabilities encounter in seeking and
>  employment.
>  This information will be used to recommend new policy and
program initiatives
>  designed to improve employment options and opportunities for
persons with
>  disabilities.  This study will result in a comprehensive report
and set of policy
>  recommendations, to be provided the National Council on
Disability, by June 1,
>  2006.  NCD will be responsible for the release and
dissemination of all study
>  findings.
>  We invite you to participate in this study by communicating
your concerns and
>  employment experiences as a person with a disability, an
employer, a service
>  provider, or other stakeholder.  The study is open to anyone
interested in
>  these issues.  You can react to questions and information that
study researchers
>  and others post on this bulletin board, or you can initiate
discussion on any
>  other topic or issue relating to employment for persons with
>  Project researchers will monitor this bulletin board regularly.
Because this
>  is an online discussion, your comments will be available to
others accessing
>  this bulletin board.  Therefore, if you choose to include your
name or other
>  identifying information in your response, others willá"chand
> continued at:
> httpccwwwddaapaid-dcddorgstNewsstempissuesstNCD-ADASTUDYDDHTM

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