Move to Include
Move to Include is a national initiative that uses the power of public media to promote inclusion. It spotlights people of differing abilities and issues of importance to those with disabilities. These include education, healthcare, housing, recreation, and employment. The initiative works to inspire and motivate people to embrace people of all different abilities in all aspects of community life.
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Move to Include
Spotlighting people of differing abilities and disability. Looking at issues that include education, healthcare, housing, recreation, employment and other efforts that support inclusion.
Featuring the latest news, analysis and field reports that affect our citizens with disabilities.
A Good Life Screening & Panel Discussion
CET is pleased to share the valuable insights from four local experts with a diverse perspective on the challenges and opportunities for those living with disabilities in our communities.
Promote Inclusions: A How-To Interview
This interview with Luticha Doucette covers how to best promote inclusion.
Learning Together about Abilities
Resources for Parents and Kids to learn and understand disabilities with age appropriate material.
History of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Learn the history and what led to the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA).
Understand more about Down Syndrome
Learn about Down Syndrome from Mary Ann Schluier, a habilitator at CP Rochester. Next, hear from Patrick Hurley, an individual with Down Syndrome, and his family as they talk about their day-to-day lives, his activities, and skills to participate in numerous activities in the community.
Through Deaf Eyes
Through Deaf Eyes explores almost 200 years of Deaf life in America and presents a broad range of perspectives on what it means to be deaf. The film is propelled by the stories of people, both eminent and ordinary, and sheds light on events that have shaped Deaf lives.
Tyler was diagnosed with autism at 22 months old when his language abilities regressed. Today, Tyler speaks publicly as an autism awareness advocate and says his biggest successes include graduating college, getting a full-time job and serving as a board member for the Autism Society of Iowa.