APRIL provides leadership, resources on rural independent living for people with disabilities
“(APRIL) was a part of … as they’re coming out with some of the new transportation dollars … how they’re going to spend that. … We were able to come to that table and talk about how important rural areas are and to not forget us.”
Dan Kessler, interim executive director of the Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living (APRIL), and Mary Willard, APRIL director of training and technical assistance, join Alabama Care to talk about their organization’s history, mission, and work as well as current national trends related to rural independent living.
- Introduction to April
- How are we going about tackling issues for rural areas on a national level?
- How to join APRIL
- How often does APRIL meet?
- What does APRIL put most of its resources into?
- APRIL’s Youth Program
- How do I get involved with APRIL?
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Alabama Care is partially supported by the Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities (http://www.acdd.org/). The views expressed are not necessarily the views of these organizations.