AgrAbility Webinar Series: Hand Controls for Agricultural Users, presented by Rob Stuthridge, NAP Ergonomist. Monday, February 22 at 3:00 p.m. EST/2:00 p.m. CST/1:00 p.m. MST/12:00 p.m. PST
Join the National AgrAbility Project for this free webinar that explores such topics as:
To participate in this free webinar, email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 17 and simply put the word "Webinar" in the subject line. For more information, see http://news.agrability.org/2010/01/
Submitted by: Paul Jones
NTW 2010 – Plans are already underway for the 2010 National Training Workshop to be held in West Virginia. Are you interesting in sitting in on the planning? Have suggestions to make 2010 conference even better than 2009? Are you interested in helping on-site to make sure attendees have the best possible experience? We’d like your input and help on the committee! Please email Kim Stockment (email@example.com) if you are interested in joining this committee. Conference calls will begin in early February!
Submitted by: Kim Stockment
The new Spanish fotonovela, ¿Podrá ser la ARTRITIS lo que me causa DOLOR? is a resource that can be used when discussing the topic of arthritis with migrant and seasonal farm workers or with other Spanish-speaking populations. The story has an agricultural theme, but could easily be used with other Latino groups in your areas. A fotonovela is a story-board that reads in the fashion of a comic book with the character dialogue in bubble captions. This will be a great new resource for your programs! The fotonovela will be available very soon. Each SRAP will receive 100 free fotonovelas, and we are hoping that each SRAP, as well as other organizations, will see the need to order additional copies. Please contact Amber Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org for ordering information.
Submitted by: Amber Wolfe
As a member of the National AgrAbility Project team, Goodwill Industries International saw 2009 as a year to build momentum within its membership in support of AgrAbility. This was Goodwill’s first full year of involvement with the National AgrAbility Project (NAP) and a time for (1) introducing Goodwill to the State and Regional AgrAbility Projects (SRAPs) and (2) introducing AgrAbility to the 160 Goodwill organizations in the United States.
A few highlights of Goodwill’s activities on behalf of AgrAbility are:
For 2010 the work of Goodwill Industries International will continue on behalf of the National AgrAbility Project. The goals for 2010 will be much the same – strengthen and expand AgrAbility nationally, expand awareness of AgrAbility within the Goodwill network of affiliates, and deepen relationships between SRAPs and Goodwill. Some highlights for the 2010 Goodwill AgrAbility plan are:
Submitted by: Eric Olson