Mock Quoted in Democrat and Chronicle on Limited Opportunities for People with Disabilities

The Democrat and Chronicle ran a story on the anniversary of the American with Disabilities (ADA) Act of 1990 that was published July 26. The article, “Hurdles Remain as Disabilities Law Turns 18,” revisits the services offered through the newly created Institute for Innovative Transition, a partnership between the Golisano Foundation, Warner School, and Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities, and quotes Martha Mock, assistant professor at the Warner School and director of the Institute for Innovative Transition, on the ongoing struggles that people with disabilities continue to face. Read Democrat and Chronicle article online.

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