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Mayor's Commission on Disabilities

"Making A Difference In The Lives Of People With Disabilities"

July 25, 2012 Mayor's Accomplishment Meeting.



Ms. Janice Jackson and family with Mayor Stephanie Rawling-Blake and Councilman Robert Curran, and Members of the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities (Left to Right – Councilman Robert Curran, David Greenberg, Mayor, Nollie Wood, Jr.,  William Jackson, Sr., William Jackson, Jr., Janice Jackson - Presidential Citizens Medal Recipient)


Grand Prix Accessibility

racecarIn an effort to help all our fans enjoy their visit to the event, the Grand Prix of Baltimore offers the following accessibility information on Accessible Seating & Ticket Information for the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Read More




Baltimore Grand Prix features paralyzed driver

Grand Prix Accessibility

Friday, August 10, 2012
In an effort to help all our fans enjoy their visit to the event, the Grand Prix of Baltimore offers the following accessibility information on Accessible Seating & Ticket Information for the Grand Prix of Baltimore

Come to the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities Public Forum On Employment

Come to the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities Public Forum

On Employment

Topic: “What Employment Services are available to Employers and People with Disabilities in Baltimore City?”

 MCD Annual Forum

MCD 2011 Annual Report

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Better Schools. Safer Streets. Stronger Neighborhoods. A Growing Economy. Innovative Government. Cleaner And Healthier City.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Acknowledges Progress in Making Baltimore More Accessible for All

The mayor celebrated the 21st Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and accomplishments of the Commission on Disabilities in the past year.

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Councilman Robert Curran and members of the Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities for the commission’s annual meeting. The meeting was scheduled to coincide with the 21st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Mayor acknowledged the accomplishments of the past year and laid out new goals for members to address in the next fiscal year. The meeting was sponsored by the Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel, Sinai Hospital/LifeBridge Health, and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center...

Hiring preference for persons with disabilities

Friday, April 29, 2011

How People With Disabilities Can Meet Employer Needs: this is a resource for businesses. It provides information on successful strategies used by employers to meet their labor force needs and includes practical examples and commonsense approaches for hiring and retaining people with disabilities. Chambers of commerce can use this publication to educate and advise local businesses and their partners on workforce development strategies.

Disability Dispelling the Myths (PDF)
Disability Dispelling the Myths (MS Word)

Hiring People with Disabilities Bill (PDF)
Hiring People with Disabilities Bill (MS Word)

 

  • Accessibility
  • Advocacy
  • Children's Services
  • Disabled Parking
  • Education
  • Employment & Job Skill Development
  • Equipment
  • Housing
  • Legal Services
  • Library Services
  • Medical and Health Care
  • Recreation
  • Rehabilitation
  • Social Service
  • Transportation

Disability Census Survey