Bring the Family! • Free Photo Booth • Free Prizes • Live Entertainment • Free Health Screenings Download the flier! Contact: Kay Daneault, Executive Director Mental Health Association of South Mississippi 4803 Harrison Circle, Gulfport, MS 39507 228-864-6274 phone; 228-864-1310 fax www.msmentalhealth.org
There are a plethora of online job-search sites available today. Now there is a job-search site specifically for people with disabilities. “Online applications are so complicated that they form a barrier to the job market for people with developmental disabilities. When I saw that the McDonald’s application included psychological testing, I knew there was a problem,” says Wade […]
Via www.msmegaconference.org The Mississippi disAbility MegaConference is one of Mississippi’s largest conferences for individuals with disabilities, their families, and professionals. Take part in the 2014 Mississippi disAbility MegaConference by submitting a presentation proposal to one of the most diverse gatherings in the state. Be a part of change in Mississippi and participate in discussions that stimulate and […]
“What’s the difference between “having a disability” and “being disabled”? It all comes down to two sociological theories: the medical/individualmodel of disability and the social model of disability,” says Lisa Egan at XOJane.com . Lisa’s latest article discusses the medical vs. social views of disability.
Learning to Live Check out this video of Heather and Melinda Ownby – two of our community heroes! This second video documents life changes for Heather, who is diagnosed with a learning disability, an IQ level of 31, ODD, and ADD.