Wednesday, September 18, 8:00am
Celebrating our 10th Anniversary! View the brochure for all of the details.
Thursday, January 24, 10:00am
HDI and HDI CATS are launching an ADA Training series to be held on the fourth Thursday of each month covering different topics surrounding the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This month's presentation is "Accessible Technology & the Workforce: AT as a Reasonable Accomodation."
Register here: https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dmuHhROVAnYfsON
Join by internet or in person at HDI CATS, 2358 Nicholasville Road Suite 180
Lexington, KY 40503
Wednesday, January 16, 1:45pm
With our Kentucky AgrAbility partner, we are pleased to announce that the 2016 International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health Annual Conference will be in Lexington at the Hilton in June.
Saturday, January 12, 1:00pm
We shared the Somerset screening of this documentary with you in July, and now this documentary is coming to Lexington. This free screening and panel discussion about “Bottom Dollars”, an original film about employment for all by Rooted in Rights. “Bottom Dollars” is an hour-long documentary that exposes segregated workplaces and low wages often paid to people with disabilities. Through personal stories and expert interviews, the film presents a vision for better alternatives that promote community inclusion, equal opportunity, and fair wages.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center
300 E Third Street
Lexington KY 40508
For more information, contact Elaine Eisenbaum at email@example.com or (859) 257-6086.
Monday, June 25, 11:15am
The ABLE (Achieve and Build Lifetime Empowerment) group meets on Monday, June 25 at 11:15 in the Fellowship Hall at Berea Baptist Church (310 Chestnut Street). Parking is convenient and the building is handicapped accessible.
This month will feature Nick Wallace as a guest speaker, and he will present Financial Planning for Special Needs.
The support group is free, volunteer, confidential and lowkey. It is for those with visible and invisible disabilities. Caregivers are welcome. All are encouraged to bring paper and pen and a snack and drink for yourself.
Thursday, June 23, 2:00pm
"Brain Injury and Beyond"
Thursday, June 23
2:00 p.m. EDT
Click here for details about this one-hour webinar.
University of Kentucky’s Center of Excellence in Rural Health details the benefits of Hazard’s stroke support group. The monthly support group is one of many services offered to stroke patients and caregivers by Kentucky Care Coordination for Community Transitions (KC3T). For more information, the full text of CERH’s article is available by clicking here.
Keisha Hudson has registered the monthly support group on the National Stroke Association’s website, www.stroke.org . This exposure will be beneficial as the group continues to thrive. New patients and caregivers can search for support groups in the Hazard area and find out how to connect to Kentucky Care Coordination for Community Transitions services. The national association has provided free resources and education to the stroke community for three decades. Thanks, Keisha, for spreading the word about your community activities in Hazard.