Approximately one in five adults in New Jersey has a disability, and people with disabilities face a variety of barriers to outdoor recreational experiences. The Environmental Analysis and Communications Group, with funding from NJSPL, is investigating state policies focusing on innovative programs and practices.
NJSPL – Ensuring Access to Nature and Outdoor Recreation: Advancing Health Equity for People with Disabilities
Department of Human Services Division of Disability Services (DDS) launched the Inclusive Health Communities (IHC) grant program, which was designed to advance policies, systems, and environmental conditions (PSE) related to the social determinants of health with the goal of ensuring that people with disabilities equally benefit from healthy communities, programs, and spaces.
Today’s NJSPL Report examines suspension rates among NJ high schools serving high proportions of students of color, low-income students, English learners, and students with disabilities.
The Bloustein School and NJTIP @ Rutgers are pleased to collaborate with Goodwill NY/NJ to present the 2014 Ruth Ellen Steinman and Edward J. Bloustein Memorial Lecture, a series of short films as part of the second annual ReelAbilities: New Jersey Disabilities Film...