The Impact of COVID-19 on People with Disabilities
Examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with disabilities. Covers access to healthcare and direct care workers, congregate care settings and transition, education, employment, effective communication, and mental health and suicide prevention services. Identifies challenges to rural residents throughout, including access to broadband in rural areas. Offers policy recommendations to federal and state policymakers and other relevant stakeholders.
National Council on Disability
Access · Broadband · Emergency preparedness and response · Employment and unemployment · Health occupations · Health workforce supply and demand · Home health · Long-term care · Mental health · People with disabilities · Policy · Suicide and suicide prevention