Disability Viewpoints

Cable TV Series from YouTube

Disability Viewpoints – Inclusion Mobility Museum

An exciting mobile disability project is traveling around the state, addressing the issues of inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. It’s a powerful exhibit showcasing hundreds photograph from early 1900s to the present Of the long, winding road many people with developmental disabilities, had to travel from institutional settings to know being able to live working in a play in the community of their choice.

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Disability Viewpoints: One MN Survey

In January 2019 Governor Tim Walz signed an executive order, creating the One Minnesota Council on Inclusion and Equity. A multi-phased Intersectionality study was conducted and focused on the Intersectionality of race and equity, in communities. It included developmental disabilities that lead to social discrimination and disparities across delivery systems and program areas.

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Autonomous Vehicles in Minnesota

An entire episode of Disability Viewpoints was dedicated to autonomous vehicles in Minnesota. Including:
Interview with Rochester Mayor, Kim Norton of Rochester on their year-long autonomous vehicle challenge, circling around the mayo clinic
Discussion of the new pilot being connected in White Bear Lake
Discussion with the executive director of the University Of Minnesota centers for transportation studies and research.

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Volunteer Driver Program

SEMCIL, Volunteer Drivers Host Joan Willshire explores Minnesota’s Volunteer Driver programs with Mary Quirk, Living at Home Network, and Sherry Munyon, Capitol Access. Over 75,000 Minnesotans use volunteer drivers. The program has lost 25% of its drivers over the last few years. Joan Willshire, MPA For more information: https://coordinatemntransit.org/events/volunteerdriverforum/2020-21

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