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  • 1.Welcome
    An introduction to what is focused on in the 2013 Fall issue.
    Newsletter Article (November 2013)
  • 2.Resource Room for persons with disabilities
    The Disability Resource Room at the annual convention is dedicated to providing services to convention attendees with disabilities and chronic and/or medical health conditions.
    Newsletter Article (May 2013)
  • 3.About this issue
    This issue of Spotlight on Disability focuses on the preponderance of health disparities and lower social determinants of health among people with disabilities.
    Newsletter Article (December 2011)
  • 4.Welcome Message
    Disability is caused by disease, malnutrition, incorrect treatment or non-treatment, violence and war, accidents due to inadequate protection at the workplace and in traffic situations, and, increasingly, age-related diseases.
    Newsletter Article (May 2009)
  • 5.APA Hosts Delegation from Bulgaria
    The delegation provided information about the status of mental health issues in Bulgaria and explored avenues for future collaboration with APA Staff, especially in the areas of disability legislation and public education about disability and mental health.
    Newsletter Article (January 2009)
  • 6.Spotlight on Disability Newsletter
    This is the first edition of Spotlight on Disability, from APA’s Office on Disability Issues in Psychology. The intent of this newsletter is to raise the visibility of disability, to increase the understanding of applying psychology to disability, and to provide a forum by which psychologists can share their findings and research.
    Newsletter Article (August 2008)
  • 7.Interview with Don Daughtry, PhD
    Dr. Daughtry is an Associate professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology & Sociology at Texas A&M University–Kingsville and serves as the current chair of the APA Committee on Disability Issues.
    Newsletter Article (August 2008)
  • 8.Providing Reasonable Accommodations to Individuals with Disabilities in Internship Sites and Postdoctoral Internship Positions
    How doctoral internships and postdoctoral residencies can provide reasonable accommodations and ensure equal access once sites have provided admission to otherwise qualified applicants with disabilities.
    Web Page
  • 9.Interviewing Applicants with Disabilities for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Internship Positions
    The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal law which ensures equal access and equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities by requiring organizations to provide reasonable accommodations, incorporate statements into recruitment messages inviting all applicants to identify any special needs requiring accommodation during an interview, delineate essential functions of the position, and more.
    Web Page
  • 10.Moving Beyond the ADA
    A reflection on issues among postdoctoral and internship sites that do not comply with The Americans with Disabilities Act. Student applicants with disabilities may benefit from increased opportunities to disclose disabilities and discuss disability-related needs.
    Statement
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