Category Archives: ADAPT

ADAPT’s Powerful Statement in Response to US House Passage of “Healthcare” Law

[Editor’s note: After an all-day online conference related to brain injury healthcare, I learned the horrible and life threatening news of House passage of the new “healthcare” law, which is really the old law of no protection for all of us with pre-existing conditions, and those of us who need home and community based long … Continue reading ADAPT’s Powerful Statement in Response to US House Passage of “Healthcare” Law

Two Disability Statements Issued After the Election of President-Elect Trump

[Editor’s Note: Not Dead Yet is one of 15 national disability organizations on the Steering Committee of the National Disability Leadership Alliance (NDLA). NDLA’s statement below reflects our solidarity and commitment to the broad diversity in the disability community. ADAPT is another member of the NDLA Steering Committee, and issued an Open Letter to President-Elect … Continue reading Two Disability Statements Issued After the Election of President-Elect Trump

Colorado NDY and ADAPT Engage in Funeral March to Protest Assisted Suicide Ballot Measure

[Press Release issued the morning of August 8, 2016 below, and coverage here: Disability rights activists protest against aid-in-dying measure.] Disability Activists from Not Dead Yet and ADAPT Engage in Funeral March to Protest Assisted Suicide Ballot Measure Denver – Disability rights activists from ADAPT and Not Dead Yet will hold a funeral march from the … Continue reading Colorado NDY and ADAPT Engage in Funeral March to Protest Assisted Suicide Ballot Measure

Anita Cameron: Blacks and the Anti Assisted Suicide Movement

[Editor’s Note: Anita Cameron has served on the national NDY Board since late 2013. She is a longtime community organizer with ADAPT and I have had the honor of knowing and working with her since 1987 when I joined ADAPT. She is one of the leaders of Not Dead Yet Colorado. Her article, Blacks and … Continue reading Anita Cameron: Blacks and the Anti Assisted Suicide Movement

Steve Gold’s Letter Published in NY Times, & One by Diane Coleman in Des Moines Register

Steve Gold, who has long served as a disability rights attorney for both ADAPT and NDY, just had his letter published in the New York Times. It’s the second letter in a group responding to a recent pro-assisted suicide opinion by the NYT editorial board. Here’s Steve’s excellent letter: To the Editor: You equate the … Continue reading Steve Gold’s Letter Published in NY Times, & One by Diane Coleman in Des Moines Register