Power Point presentations & videos

Katie Shradley‘s presentation – The Age of Health Literacy – as well as the other collaterals she provided during her cross-training in Lebanon County in December, 2016. askme3_wordstowatchHealth Literacy brochure – health literacy plain language terms – peer-to-peer-communication-review – The Link to the Health Literacy Website home page.

Sheila Caperelli‘s presentation – Adult Protective Services – Sheila and representatives from Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services, Ray Bianchini (in Lebanon) and Damaris Cruz (in Lancaster), facilitated presentations during Link partners’ cross-training meetings in Lancaster and Lebanon County.

Tim Brown’s presentation – The Lancaster County VOAD – presented at the March 19, 2015 Lancaster Partners Network cross-training meeting. Tim is the chairperson of the Lancaster County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD). NOTE: This PowerPoint does not include the video that was embedded in Tim’s presentation to the Link partners.

Maureen Westcott’s presentation entitled Events in Disability History – presented at the February 19, 2015 Lancaster Partners Network cross-training meeting. Maureen is the Executive Director for The Arc of Lancaster County.

Angela Smoyer’s, Regional Coordinator, Self-Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania, Inc., presentation at the May 15, 2014 three-county LINK partners’ / cross-training meeting in Lancaster, PA.

Ralph Trainer, executive director of Abilities In Motion, presented “The History of Independent Living” at a Lancaster County collaborative partners’ / cross training meeting. Click on the title to view his presentation.

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Videos:

“Thank you for your service.” A forgotten Vietnam Veteran’s sacrifice receives unexpected honor when he meets an active-duty soldier. Find your moment at http://www.Moments.org.

“How do you build a wheelchair ready to blaze through mud and sand, all for under $200? MIT engineer Amos Winter guides us through the mechanics of an all-terrain wheelchair that’s cheap and easy to build — for true accessibility — and gives us some lessons he learned along the road.” – Ted.com

“How I’m preparing to get Alzheimer’s” – When faced with a parent suffering from Alzheimer’s, most of us respond with denial (“It won’t happen to me”) or extreme efforts at prevention. But global health expert and TED Fellow Alanna Shaikh sees it differently. She’s taking three concrete steps to prepare for the moment – should it arrive – when she herself gets Alzheimer’s disease.” – TED.com

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