American Association On Health And Disability


Dedicated to better health for children and adults with disabilities through health promotion and wellness.


From your colleagues at AAHD. Please feel free to circulate to your constituents and colleagues.

Breast cancer is a major public health concern for all women, including women with disabilities. Women with disabilities are as likely to get breast cancer as women in the general population, yet, women with disabilities often face physical, cultural and attitudinal barriers when they seek breast health care services. To better understand the barriers women with disabilities face when they seek breast health services, AAHD has, in conjunction with Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), launched a confidential on-line survey to learn more about these barriers. AAHD encourages women with disabilities to take the quick on – line survey at

AAHD is a national non – profit organization dedicated to advancing health promotion and wellness initiatives, reducing health disparities, and advocating for full community inclusion and access for people with disabilities. Please visit the AAHD website at to learn more about our work and visit to learn more about our work with the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Please send the title and links to documents to Roberta Carlin at by November 20, 2017.

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American Association on Health and Disability

110 N. Washington Street, Suite 328-J

Rockville, MD 20850

301-545-6140 F.301-545-6144