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7 days ago

Wellness4KY

Hey!! Don’t miss our Wellness Wednesday to learn from special Olympics athletes and athlete ambassadors about health dates and link on how to register is on the flyer down below hope to see you there. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Wellness4KY

Our director, Lindsey Catherine Mullis shares what the Americans with Disabilities Act means to her. It means “responsibility for change.”

Image is a graphic with Lindsey’s quote and a picture of her, a woman with long blonde hair.Join the University of Kentucky Human Development Institute - HDI as we celebrate 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act. #ourworkhasjustbegun #ADA30 #thankstotheADA

"To me, the ADA means, responsibility for change".
- Lindsey Mullis, Program Director, Health & Wellness Initiative
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2 weeks ago

Wellness4KY

Hey!! are you taking charge of your diabetes? here is a fun video on diabetes and how to take charge of it and live a healthy life ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Wellness4KY

To commemorate the 30th anniversay of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Alaska House Majority shared the video we created with our friend, Linda. We also want to share it.

Linda is an Alaskan woman with multiple disabilities. She has faced a lot of barriers to accessing quality healthcare. Although she lives across the country, her experience is similar to lots of Kentuckians with disabilities.

Even though the ADA is 30, there is still a lot of work to be done to achieve (health) equity. The Kentucky Inclusive Health Collaborative is committed to continuing to educate community and healthcare professionals about disability and the value of Universal Design. Health services, programs, and resources should be inclusive and accessible for all.
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