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Working Together to Improve the Quality of Life for Persons with Disabilities
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Celebrating Women's History Month

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March 13, 2022

Disability Partnerships is reflecting on Women's History Month and honoring the women who make history in our lives.

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June is Men's Health MOnth
Adaptive Wellness can help you reach your health goals no matter your level of mobility or experience.
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Our Vision
We believe in an affordable, accessible world where persons with physical disabilities can actively engage in every aspect of their lives wherever they live, work, or play.
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"I am very impressed at the amount of support from Disability Partnerships.  So proud of the work you do."
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STATISTICS

A Growing Need

1 in 4 Adults in the U.S. Live with a Disability

Disability impacts all of us. 61 million adults are living with some type of impairment, ranging from mobility, cognitive, or sensory disabilities, that impact their quality of life.



Source: CDC
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38.2% Adults with a Disability Have Obesity

One in three adults with disabilities age 18 to 44 do not have a health care provider or access to accessible wellness support. This puts them at higher risk for obesity, and other health issues such as heart disease and diabetes.

Source: CDC
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2 in 5 Adults
Over 65 Have a Disability

Disability is especially common among older adults, women and minorities. 1 in 4 women and 2 in 5 non-Hispanic American Indians / Alaska Natives have a disability. These segments are growing and only further increase the need to improve accessibility and care.

Source: CDC
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Adaptive Gardening
Apr 22, 2022

Learn more about our adaptive gardening project.

Disability Partnerships is joining with Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation’s Sixth Annual Amputee Awareness 5K Walk, Wheel or Run and proudly supports their fundraising and limb loss awareness event.
Apr 22, 2022

Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation started this annual event in April 2015, during Amputee Awareness Month. This annual event aims to publicly acknowledge the countless challenges amputees face and help provide financial assistance to those who do not have the means to pay for crucial medical necessities. Join the opening ceremony at 10 am either in person at the Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy or virtually.

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Wheel-Love
Feb 5, 2022

February is the month of love.  We all know it, and Valentine’s Day confirms it. For couples, the month of love can be a time to renew and rekindle their flame. Or for people who are single and desiring a mate, the month of love can be a reminder of what’s missing. Whatever your thoughts are on February, we can all agree that dating and relationships are hard work. And for people with disabilities, that work can often feel frustrating and hopeless.


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