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Disability Disability Disability

Awareness Week Awareness Week Awareness Week

Disability and the Arts Disability and the Arts Disability and the Arts
September 17 - 20, 2018 September 17 - 20, 2018 September 17 - 20, 2018

Monday, September 17 Wednesday, September 19 Thursday, September 20

“Autism in Love” Keynote “Deaf and Dance” Artist Talk - Cara Jean Means
Sundance Documentary Stephanie Mathis GRIP: Conversational Portraits
12 p.m. Executive Director of on Mental Health
Taylorsville Redwood Campus, the Sego Lily Center 12 p.m.
Student Event Center 12 - 1 p.m. South City Campus, Room 1-106
Taylorsville Redwood Campus,
Student Event Center

Tuesday, September 18
Artist Cara Jean Means discusses her painting
Assistive Technology Fair series GRIP: Conversational Portraits on Mental
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Many people are surprised to learn that the Health, which will be on display in the George
Deaf community enjoys dance as an outlet. As S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Gallery from August
South City Campus, Room 1-030 16-September 26.
a part of Disability Awareness Week, Stephanie
Mathis, who is Deaf, will discuss her experience
with dance and how being Deaf has not limited “Whether you have mental illness or simply
her from participating in the performing arts. advocate for those who do, this series will shift
your conversational habits toward recognition,
Disability Resource Center
healthy coping, and revolutionizing medical
Universal Access Committee care. This series encourages people to engage
Health and Lifetime Activities in a way that leaves them feeling empowered
Office for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
To request ADA accommodations for any of the Disability Awareness
and willing to take responsibility for changing
Week events, contact the DRC at 801-957-4659. AA/EO Institution | 08.24.2018 the way we discuss and treat mental illness.”