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The Center for Dignity is proud to be presenting on a plenary panel at the AADMD Conference today on health equity for people with disabilities. Pictured below is Stephanie Thompson, Leah Smith, Kerstin Sjoberg and Emily Johnson.

The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (@AMCHP) is seeking stories of resilience in a public health emergency. If you or someone in your network has a story to share, e-mail [email protected] or scan the QR code to be taken directly to the interest form!

We couldn't be more excited to be taking part today in The Prenatal Disability Education Summit.
#ThinkEquitable

#Evusheld:

@ThinkEquitable Tracy Waller, MPH, estimated in January that 10% of those who would benefit from Evusheld will have access.
https://centerfordignity.com/evusheld-offers-hope-for-many-but-access-remains-an-issue/

I can't personally access it as moderately immunocompromised #pwME person w/ #MECFS #LongCovid.

Can you?

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