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Disabilities & Resources Workshop

MCWE 2024 Disability Awareness Workshop is a training program that aims to increase awareness and understanding of disabilities in the workplace and in schools.

 

The workshop is designed to help employees, parents, educators understand the challenges faced by people with disabilities and how to create a more inclusive environment. The training may cover topics such as employment statistics for people with disabilities, unconscious bias, myths and misconceptions about disability, accommodations, interview tips, resources and disability etiquette.

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진행자 - PROMISE 직원의 파트너

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장애는 장애가 있는 사람이 특정 활동을 수행하고 주변 세계와 상호 작용하는 것을 더 어렵게 만드는 신체 또는 정신의 상태입니다. 개인의 시력, 움직임, 사고, 기억, 학습, 의사소통, 청각, 정신 건강 및 사회적 관계에 영향을 미치는 장애 등 다양한 유형의 장애가 있습니다. 세계보건기구(WHO)에 따르면 장애에는 세 가지 차원이 있습니다. 개인의 신체 구조나 기능 또는 정신적 기능의 손상; 장애의 예로는 사지 상실, 시력 상실 또는 기억 상실 등이 있습니다. 보기, 듣기, 걷기 또는 문제 해결의 어려움과 같은 활동 제한. 일, 사교 및 여가 활동 참여, 건강 관리 및 예방 서비스 받기 등 정상적인 일상 활동에 대한 참여 제한.

 

장애인을 위한 자원에는 보조 기술, 재정 지원, 법률 지원 및 지원 그룹이 포함될 수 있습니다. 보조 기술은 장애인이 다른 방법으로는 할 수 없는 작업을 수행하는 데 도움이 될 수 있습니다. 재정 지원은 장애인이 의료비, 주택 개조 및 장애와 관련된 기타 비용을 지불하는 데 도움이 될 수 있습니다. 법률구조는 장애인들이 법률 시스템을 탐색하고 그들이 받을 자격이 있는 권리와 혜택을 얻는 데 도움을 줄 수 있습니다. 지원 그룹은 장애인과 그 가족에게 정서적 지원과 실질적인 조언을 제공할 수 있습니다.

 

MCWE 2024 장애 및 자원 워크숍은 장애인과 그 간병인에게 정보와 자원을 제공하는 이벤트입니다. 워크숍에는 미국 장애인법 개요와 장애 부모에 대한 적용 가능성, 장애 정보, 가족법, 아동 복지, 입양 또는 위탁 보호 기관과 협력할 때 장애 부모의 권리, 생식 건강 관리를 받는 장애인.

 

형식: 직접 및 가상

90분

형식: 직접 및 가상

90분

2024년 4월 26일

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Facilitator - Georgia Monsam 

Our mission is to Protect the Rights Of Military children in Special Education and disability communities to ensure they receive equal access to an education. We develop data-informed solutions that equip parents, inform leaders and enable military students to thrive. We promote the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion by advocating for the futures of our military children with unique and diverse backgrounds and needs.

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Georgia L. Monsam, CMDCM(AW/SW) USN Retired, hails from Tyrone, Pennsylvania. She enlisted in the Navy in August 1976 and her initial assignments included tours at commissary stores at New London, CT and Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, VA, as a Ship’s Serviceman. She transferred overseas to the Security Department Japan, serving as a Military Liaison Investigator with Japanese Police and earned the Japanese Distinguished Citizen Award for her contributions to the community and base. Georgia’s next assignment was Commander, Naval Base, Republic of the Philippines. Georgia transferred stateside to the USS SAMUEL GOMPERS(AD-37), Service School command San Diego as Chief Master at Arms. She joined Amphibious Construction Battalion Two, Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA, and was then assigned to USS EMORY S. LAND (AS 39). Upon graduation from the Senior Enlisted academy, she reported to the Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, CA, serving as Chief of Police. During this tour, she was recognized by the Navy League San Diego Chapter as the Military Woman of Achievement of the Year. Georgia was then selected by Commander, Naval Surface Force, U. S. Pacific fleet to be a key member of the Fleet introduction Team to integrate women onboard combatants in the Pacific Fleet. Her next assignment was Fort George G. Meade, MD before advancing to Master Chief Petty O"cer and selecting for the Command Master Chief Program. She then served with the USS ROSS (DDG 71). She was selected as the CNO Directed Command Master Chief for Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. She then transferred to Navy Recruiting District Denver, CO then to VAW 123 and retired from VAW 120 in September 2006.


She has chosen to continue to serve and become a part of the Safe Harbor/Navy Wounded Warrior Team as a Non-Medical Care Manager /Recovery Care Coordinator in June 2008. In retirement, she has watched from the front what a fight it has been for her daughter to advocate for her disabled granddaughter with multiple disabilities to include Autism Spectrum Disorder, gross Developmental delays, ADHD, APD, SPD and speech apraxia. Additionally, she advocated for Sailors and their families on Active Duty and Civil Service. She continues to serve with passion for military families and children as a volunteer with Partners in PROMISE as the Community Partnerships Manager. Ms. Monsam awards included the Meritorious Service Medal (three awards), Navy Commendation, (four awards), Navy Achievement Medals, (three awards), Navy  Unit commendation, Good Conduct Medal (eight awards), Navy Sharpshooter Ribbon and the National Defense Service Medal (two awards), Global War or Terrorism Expeditionary Medal and Global War on Terrorism Medal. Civilian Awards include Meritorious Service Medal (Civilian) Numerous LOA and LOC. Recognized as the CNRMA Senior Civilian of the year nominee. She has earned an Associates of Applied Science Degree from Central Texas College and will graduate soon from St Leo University with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology. She is married to Peter L. Monsam, USN Retired and they reside in Virginia Beach.

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