Professor Tia Barnes speaks at a Lunchtime Learning event
Self-care is essential for your well-being, UD prof. tells caregivers At a CDS Lunchtime Learning session, Dr. Tia Barnes showed caregivers how to assess their burnout and participate in enjoyable activities that support their well-being.
LEND trainee Angela Mitchell with Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester
At national conference on disability, CDS staff emphasize role of educational institutions From inclusive middle school English classes to disability studies in college, CDS staff demonstrated how Delaware school programs are benefitting students and others with disabilities.
CLSC program assistant Rebecca Jewell
CDS intern in program for young adults with intellectual disabilities joins CDS staff Rebecca Jewell, after working more than 450 undergraduate hours with the CDS-administered Career and Life Studies Certificate (CLSC) program, joins the Center as program assistant.
A girl undergoing treatment at the dentist's office
CDS designs training for dentists treating patients with disabilities The trainings, based on survey data suggesting many Delaware dentists have little experience with patients with disabilities, focus on improving disability awareness and treatment strategies.
Laura Waterland, director of the Disabilities Law Program
Four leaders in disability community join CDS advisory council Leaders from the Delaware Division for the Visually Impaired, the State Council for Persons with Disabilities, the Disabilities Law Program and Independent Resources, Inc. will assist the Center in its efforts to support the disability community.