National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities

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Disabled Parenting within Multigenerational Families webinar posterDisabled Parenting within Multigenerational Families

Multigenerational households are defined as three generations or more, living together. Common throughout time, and across different cultures, the number of multigenerational family households in the US has been on the rise since the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to service gaps in home and community-based services and other factors, many adults with disabilities, including those who are parents, may continue to live with their families of origin.

In this webinar we will explore the experiences of disabled parents living within multigenerational households. Our two parent panelists, Judith Brown and Jennifer Senda, will share the successes and challenges they have experienced while living in multigenerational households with their children. The policy implications of this type of living arrangement will also be discussed.

We will be providing ASL and Zoom automated captions. For any other accommodations, please contact us at lurie@brandeis.edu as soon as possible.

Date/Time: January 31, 2023 at 12 p.m. EST

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