Survey Offers Insight into Impact of COVID-19 on Community Living and Travel Behavior of People with Disabilities

A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).


A Double Jeopardy: COVID-19 impacts on the travel behavior and community living of people with disabilities

This journal article describes a study to assess the impact of COVID-19 on travel behavior and community living for people with disabilities compared to their peers without disabilities.


RehabWire - Volumen 4, Número 3, junio 2002.

RehabWire para junio destaca la investigación y los recursos para “moverse.” Conducir es considerado por muchos clave para la independencia.

Los Proyectos de NIDRR: La Investigación en el Nuevo Milenio.

El Sistema Modelo de Missouri sobre la Lesión Cerebral Traumática (MOMBIS)Universidad de Missouri/Columbia (H133A980008) dirigido por Brick Johnstone, PhD. Theresa San Agustín, MD, Director del Proyecto.


RehabWire - Vol 4, No 3, June 2002.

RehabWire for June highlights research and resources for "getting around." Driving is considered by many to be a key to independence.

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