When Caspian Banki was a kid, many doubted his prospects because he had autism.
Training provides occupational therapists with the skills and knowledge to help others with chronic insomnia.
Colorado State University is proud to participate in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October.
Center recognized for outstanding service and outreach in supporting people with disabilities.
At the annual Celebrate! Colorado State University event, BSHARP and the Center for Community Partnerships received the inaugural CSU Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. The awards are an initiative of the Provost’s Council for Engagement, jointly established by the Office of the Provost & Executive Vice President and the Office of Engagement.
Making the electronic environment accessible benefits everyone, not just those with a declared disability.
The recent addition of the CSU Brain Injury Community, CBIC, to the roster of student organizations combines community and self-advocacy, making a powerful recipe for success.
Believing that all people, regardless of age, abilities or challenges should have a shot at living life to the best of their abilities with the support they need to be successful has influenced Cathy Schelly's amazing career at the Center for Community Partnerships in the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Aaron Eakman, assistant professor and director of research for the New Start for Student Veterans program at Colorado State University, is helping post-9/11 student veterans sleep more soundly.