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CAPE

Curriculum on Abuse Prevention and Empowerment (CAPE) is a comprehensive training curriculum for consumers and trainers to educate services providers, people with disabilities, and family members about abuse awareness and prevention strategies, with a focus on self-protection for people with disabilities living independently. CAPE explores fundamental issues of abuse, best-practices training approaches, and personal stories.

To purchase the book that grew from this project, go to the publications page and search for Sticks and Stones.

Click here to access the CAPE Curriculum PDF. If you’d prefer a bound, full color copy of CAPE with videos, comics, and other multimedia elements instead, go to the publications page to purchase one.

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Disability FEAST

Disability FEAST (Food Education, Access, Support, & Training) is an online “cookbook plus” for people with disabilities and seniors. It has several recipes like a classic cookbook, PLUS dozens of tip sheets and external resources.

The disability and senior communities often struggle to get access to good, nutritious food, and thus, they rely on fast food or frozen meals. This causes long-term health problems like heart disease and diabetes.

Disability FEAST offers 50 home-cooked recipes that are healthy, affordable, easy to make, and delicious! The tip sheets and external resources add an extra layer of support to the site, addressing a vast range of different needs for grocery shopping, food preparation, and cooking as a person with a disability.

Click on the image below to visit the Disability FEAST website!

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Visit the website for more information!

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