Students design device for visually impaired April 20, 2015, 05:00 AM By Austin Walsh Daily Journal
A gap in understanding still exists around housing for individuals with disabilities. The purpose of the study is to determine what the challenges are in obtaining and maintaining affordable and accessible housing among the community of individuals with disabilities in San Mateo County. More importantly, the information collected from this survey will enable the Center of Independence for Individuals with Disabilities to take necessary action in better serving its clients. Thank you for taking the time to take the survey here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14nm-tYJ-0sRwTp7_dhUSDLAuC8aoOj8k5xovZ_uaB-U/viewform
UMass Medical School is conducting an online survey to learn about the health care experiences of mothers with physical or mobility disabilities before, during, and after pregnancy. This survey is part of a research study.
To participate, you must:
Have a physical or mobility disability
Have given birth to a baby within the last ten (10) years
Be able to complete the survey in either English or Spanish
Your participation involves:
About 20 minutes of your time
Access to a computer and internet
Answering questions about your health care experiences during your most recent pregnancy
Privacy; the survey is anonymous, we will not ask you to provide any contact information
Visit the survey website and answer a few brief screening questions to make sure you are eligible.
If you prefer to complete the survey over the phone, please call to speak to the research staff:
CID was proud to have taken part of the Second Harvest Partner Conference and the Daily Journal Health and Wellness Fair for the second year in a row!
Below US poverty line. Free eyeglasses (also see attached voucher application):
Free eye exams and low cost glasses:
The California Vision Project is a non-profit, optometric charity designed to provide low-income, uninsured families throughout the state of California with free comprehensive eye exams and low cost glasses. CVF successfully matches and assigns over 3,000 eligible individuals to volunteer optometrists each year.
Free cataract surgery:
Mission Cataract USA offers free cataract surgery to people of all ages who have no means to pay.
Join CID at the Daily Journal's Annual Health and Wellness Fair
Saturday, March 28 • 9:30 am ~ 2:30 pm • Red Morton Community Center
1120 Roosevelt Avenue, Redwood City
- ADA Consult & Training
- Assistive Technology
- Counseling & Peer Support
- Housing Accessability Modification
- Independent Living Skills
- Information & Referral
- Independent Living Planning & Support
- Mental Health
- Personal Assistance Program
- Transitioning to the Community
- Systems Change Advocacy
- Work Incentive Planning Assistance >
- Youth Services >
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