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Our New Home:
15-17 Third Street,
Troy, N.Y. 12180
Polio Survivors Support Group will meet the fourth
Friday of every month at 2:00 PM. So if you would like to meet, talk, or just
know that we are here, please come to the Independent Living Center of the
Hudson Valley, 15-17 Third Street, Troy, NY 12180. Some transportation
available - call 274-0701.
Capital District Coalition for Accessible Transportation
Improving transportation for people with disabilities
in the Capital District
When: Meetings are once every other month
Time: 6:30pm -8:00pm
Where: Albany Public Library (Main Branch)
161 Washington Ave. , Albany, NY;
1st Floor, Large
For more information, please call 273-1110
here for details.
TRANSPORTATION, ADVOCACY AND
COALITION BUILDING IN THE CAPITAL DISTRICT. CLICK HERE
Relay Welcomes Captioned Telephone Service!
DO YOU NEED A
CONTACT THE PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (PAS) FOR
AN APPOINTMENT, CALL AT 518-274-0701.
here for PAS Web Page
Save the Date for our next
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
PAT'S PLACE DEDICATION CEREMONY CELEBRATED
Continuing His Legacy
On November 16, 2012 the Independent Living
Center of the Hudson Valley dedicated four programs- advocacy, arts, education,
and communication - to the late Patricio "Pat" Figueroa. The event was followed
by a reception with light hors d'oveures, and a presentation by Warren Shaw,
nationally renowned writer and historian, about the history of disability
rights in New York.
Full Press Release
about the four programs @ Pat's Place
From the Albany Times Union, Wed
April 25, 2012
ALBANY The New York State Independent
Living Council has created the Pat Figueroa Sponsorships for young adults with
disabilities. The program honors Patricio "Pat" Figueroa Jr., an activist and
advocate who died April 3 at the age of 63.
more: @ timesunion.com
It's Becoming Tougher To Be A Blind
Person In New York City
It's not easy being a blind New Yorker.
Recently, with the influx of both road and building construction, it's been
even more difficult for blind pedestrians to use their other senses to navigate
New York City, according to the New York Times.
Doctor Shortage Likely to Worsen With
In the Inland Empire, an economically depressed region in
Southern California, President Obamas health care law is expected to
extend insurance coverage to more than 300,000 people by 2014. But coverage
will not necessarily translate into care: Local health experts doubt there will
be enough doctors to meet the areas needs. There are not enough now.
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