Investing in Ability 2014 - Is Addiction a Disability?
Congratulations to Lloyd Shelton
2014 James T. Neubacher Award Recipient
Army vs Navy Wheelchair Basketball Game
Sunday, Nov. 9
Come to Crisler for a fun, family event honoring Veterans' Day. The teams of this classic Army/Navy matchup will be coached by members of the U-M Men's basketball team!
Additional featured guests and performers include:
U-M Dance Team,
U-M Tri-Service Color Guard,
U-M Men's Glee Club, 338th Army Band, and
Grand Marshall Mike Lantry.
This is the final Investing in Ability event for 2014; it is also part of Veterans' Week 2014. Investing in Ability events are intended to raise awareness about disability issues and are presented in collaboration with University Human Resources, University Health Service and the U-M Health System. All activities are held in accessible locations. They are free of charge and open to all members of the university community and the general public.
Investing In Ability is hosting a series of events, to explore the question: “Is addiction a disability?”
Throughout October 2014, Investing in Ability events will invite conversation on the biological, legal and personal impact of addiction in our lives. Highlights of the events include expert speakers who will identify and explain a broad variety of addictions, provide resources for combatting them, and extend hope for recovery that will lead to a better quality of life. We also have U-M colleagues who will share their stories of recovery. Events cover substance abuse (drugs, tobacco, alcohol) as well as eating, gambling, hoarding, technology and other addictions. CE credits will be available for sessions as indicated in descriptions.*
For location information, see the Campus Information Center map.
University of Michigan Health System Professional Development & Education (OH-043, 03/01/16) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-009-91), an accredited provider by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's commission on Accreditation.
Examples of previous events can be seen here:
Click here for a full list of 2013 events.
Presented by the University of Michigan Council for Disability Concerns
in collaboration with University Human Resources and
the University of Michigan Health System.
All events are free and everyone is welcome.
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