KU disability researchers edit special journal issue
The RTC/IL's Glen White and Jean Ann Summers co-edited an issue of the Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, and other staff members contributed articles. Read story.
With the help of a trait known as resilience, many people with disabilities who live in rural areas have achieved a good quality of life and are able to participate in their communities. Read story.
Accessible Parking Etiquette: New Brochure Available
The Center's new brochure explains the dos and don'ts of accessible parking.
Bob Dole Makes Gift to RTC/IL
Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole has made a gift of $10,000 to the University of Kansas Research and Training Center on Independent Living. Read story.
Center Supports Mixed-Ability Dance Workshops
The RTC/IL co-sponsored mixed-ability dance workshops held by AXIS Dance Company on Nov. 9. Read more. The workshops were held in conjunction with the company's performance at KU's Lied Center for the performing arts. Story and photos.
New Grant Supports Community Participation
The RTC/IL has been awarded a five-year, $4.375 million grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research to promote community participation for adults with physical disabilities. Read more.
Community Living Summit
At the Community Living Summit, Center partners presented the findings of their research to a gathering of disability advocates, other researchers and policymakers from national organizations. See the presentations.
Center Partners on CDC Health Program
RTC staff are working on a project to improve the health of Kansans with disabilities. Read more.
Alice Zhang Receives Award
Graduate student Alice Zhang received the LSI 2015 Early Stage Graduate Award. Read more.
Ron Garcia: Advisor Profile
Ron Garcia visited the Center to share his perspective as a CIL director. Read more.
Guidelines Now in Spanish
The RTC/IL has produced a Spanish version of its internationally known recommendations for disability terminology. Read more.