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Please join us Monday, October 5 at 12 pm for a virtual Zoom talk hosted by the Harvard Law School Project on Disability.

Harvard Law School Project on Disability Lunchtime Zoom Talk October 5, 2020 12 NOON Register: https://harvard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6KOflfuKRNOpQKvMoVkm3Q

Aging Veterans with Disabilities: A Cross-National Study of Policies and Challenges.

with Author Arie Rimmerman

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Arie Rimmerman
Arie Rimmerman is Richard Crossman Professor of Social Welfare and Social Planning and founder Dean of Social Welfare and Health Sciences at the University of Haifa. His research focuses on comparative disability policies, particularly in areas of employment, civic society, family support, and aging with disability. He is the author of three recent books by Cambridge University Press: Social Inclusion and People with Disabilities: National and International Perspectives (2013);  Family Policy and Disability (2015);  and Disability and Community Living Policies   (2017).  A new forthcoming book is Aging Veterans with Disabilities: A Cross-National Study of Policies and Challenges published by Routledge.

Introduction: Dan Nagin
Clinical Professor of Law, Vice Dean for Experiential and Clinical Education; Faculty Director, WilmerHale Legal Services Center & Veterans Legal Clinic

Moderator: Michael Stein
Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability; Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School

Panelist: COL Andrea Gayle-Bennett, ARNG, Retired
Member of the Board of Directors at Operation Delta Dog; Board of Trustee Member of North Shore Community College and the Commander of DAV Chapter #64

Panelist: Wayne Kirkham
Senior Primary Care Manager at NHS England

Panelist: Coleman Nee 
Public Policy and Senior Executive Specializing in Inclusion, Disability Services, Veterans and Military Family Support Systems

Q&A: Hezzy Smith
Research Associate, Harvard Law School Project on Disability

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