NILP's Education Division
We are a qualified team of professionals who are persons with disabilities and/or have many years of training and consulting experience in the disability community. Our combination of lived experience and technical expertise in disability education and compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) can help your organization deliver quality and culturally competent services.
What We Offer
- Disability Cultural Competence workshops in both Remote Learning and In-Person formats.
- Consulting Services to bring your organization or municipality into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s) to nurses and social workers and Professional Development for all occupations.
- Fully Customized Training and Technical Assistance Services to meet your workplace needs.
A Sample of Courses
- Independent Living Movement and Civil Rights
- Consumer Self-Determination and what it means for a person with a disability
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Awareness and Compliance
- Multicultural Awareness in the Disability Community and Intersectionality
- Disability Etiquette and the Power of Language
- The Peer Voice and What It Means
- “Recovery is Real” with Mental Health Diagnoses
- And More!
Register for a Disability Awareness & Cultural Competence Training
This training provides an overview of the history and philosophy of the Independent Living Movement and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The comparison of the history of the Civil Rights Movement and the Disability Movement has changed the way services must be delivered today in a culturally competent, person centered model. This training will also cover intersectionality and the importance of language in a culturally competent organization.
No more than 4 people per organization may register for this training. Contact Gabe at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about training options for organizations!
Upcoming Training Dates
- Tuesday, February 2 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (EST)
Why Is This Important?
There is an increased need for disability education and cultural competence training. The disability community often refers to the quote from our civil rights activists: “Nothing About Us Without Us”. This is our commitment to being your partner in “Equal Access for All”.