Videos, Webinars & Podcasts
What’s Disability to Me?
Hear the personal story of Bernard, a person with disabilities who fully participates in life through his abilities. This story is part of a series of short films in support of WHO’s World Report on Disability.
This is the story of Mark helping future health care providers improve their care of people with disabilities.
Beginner’s Guide to Disability and Health Data System
This course is for users who want to learn the basics of using CDC’s Disability and Health Data System (DHDS) to investigate health differences between adults with and without disabilities.
Disability and Health Data System: Beyond the Basics
This course is for users who want to explore more advanced features, learn tips about utilizing the data currently available in CDC’s Disability and Health Data System (DHDS), and see examples of how the data can be used to plan for disability inclusive programs and services.
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Dr. Shannon Griffin-Blake, CDC’s Disability and Health Branch Chief, is interviewed by the National Association for Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) regarding the new Disability Health Data System and current programming work in disabilities inclusion with NACDD and beyond.
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Hear from Dr. Shannon Griffin-Blake, CDC’s Disability and Health Branch Chief, on her perspectives as a public health researcher.
Disability Inclusion in the Workplace
People with disabilities in America are twice as likely to be unemployed than people without disabilities – a fact that can be eliminated. Dr. Shannon Griffin-Blake tells us how we can give people with disabilities an opportunity to thrive in the workforce.
Increasing Physical Activity among Adults with Disabilities: Doctors Can Play a Key Role
In this podcast, Dr. Dianna Carroll, a senior health scientist with CDC’s Division of Human Development and Disability, talks about the role of doctors and other health professionals in increasing physical activity among adults with disabilities.