Welcome to RAISE!

The National Resources for Advocacy, Independence, Self-determination and Employment (RAISE) Technical Assistance Center works with the seven (7) Rehabilitation Service Administration (RSA)-funded Parent Training & Information Centers to develop and disseminate information and resources that increase their capacity to serve youth and young adults with disabilities and their families.

WHAT’S NEW FROM RAISE?

The STANDARD: 6.5, August 2020

This summer, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turned 30 years old. The first generation of Americans with disabilities has grown into full adulthood under its promises and protections. In this issue of RAISE the Standard, we explore the history and the movement that helped to shape the landscape of the service system for people with disabilities, and look to the steps that young advocates can take to ensure justice and equality for future generations. Continue Reading The STANDARD: 6.5, August 2020

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Resources for Families (hover & click arrow for next slide)

RAISE Transition Summit 2020

6th Annual RAISE Transition Summit

“From Surviving to Thriving in our New Virtual Reality”

This event took place on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Topics:

· Virtual and compensatory programming for transition and vocational training during Covid-19
· Building resilience in an ever-changing world
· Policy Updates

Continue Reading RAISE Transition Summit 2020

THE RAISE BLOG

On this section you will find the most recent RAISE blogs. To see previous posts, please visit raisecenter.wordpress.com

 

 

ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT  ⋅  The people who work on RAISE are all members of the disability community and strive to be ever conscious of accessibility in technology. In compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, we have endeavored to make our website as accessible as possible, less any undue burden that would be imposed on us. Compliance is an ongoing process. If anyone has difficulty accessing our website information and resources, we encourage you to reach out to us directly so that we can improve our efforts to accommodate our audience.