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2014-2015 Youth Transitions Fellow Announced
Allie Cannington has been selected as the National Council on Independent Living’s (NCIL) 2014-2015 youth transition fellow. The HSC Foundation partnered with NCIL, a cross-disability, grassroots organization run by and for people with disabilities, to fund the fellowship. Click here to learn more
2014 Partnership Network Brochure
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2014 Advocates in Disability Award Winner Announced
The HSC Foundation is pleased to announce that Alexander Freeman is the 2014 recipient of its Advocates in Disability Award. Alexander, 26, has been a strong advocate for people with disabilities, particularly individuals with a passion for sharing stories to encourage social action.
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As the signature initiative of The HSC Foundation, the National Youth Transitions Initiative assists youth and young veterans with disabilities in creating and living a self-directed path to adulthood and employment. Through this initiative, the Foundation has developed the National Youth Transitions Center, a collaborative learning community to benefit youth and young veterans with disabilities.To learn more, visit www.thenytc.org.
The HSC Foundation is committed to supporting families and other individuals who are providing care for infants, youth, and adults with chronic illness, disabilities, at-risk for disabilities, or who have unique health care needs.
The Advocates in Disability (ADA) program awards and encourages a young individual with a disability between the ages of 14 and 26 who is positively affecting the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families. The program also provides support for the awardee to lead an innovative project to serve and empower individuals with disabilities.