New Community Inclusion Podcast with Temple's Mark Salzer

Introducing our #CollabChats Podcast Series! 

The Temple University Collaborative is excited to introduce our new podcast, Collab Chats! Collab Chats is a podcast series from the Collaborative that highlights center research projects and community inclusion research from other Rehabilitation and Research Training Centers.

For our first episode, we sat down with our director, Dr. Mark Salzer. In the podcast, we talk with Mark about the fundamentals of community inclusion, what providers can do to implement community inclusion in their programs, the history of the Collaborative, and what the future holds for the Collaborative. Listen on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play Music, or Youtube by clicking on the images below. Or listen on our podcast page at:

Full transcript available at: 

A Peak Ahead: the next five years of inclusion

The Collaborative has some exciting research, training, and technical assistance projects coming in the future! These are discussed in our podcast, and mentioned our recent #15yearsofinclusion Prezi (available here: Our future research projects include studies on mobility, parenting through leisure, photovoice intervention, community inclusion in rural areas and more! Our future knowledge translation projects include our aforementioned #CollabChats podcast series, a storytelling intervention, and exciting partnerships with community agencies such as NPRA, SEPTA, and Indego to form welcoming communities. Full highlights available here:

Congratulations to our colleague, Dr. Greg Townley!

 Join us in congratulating Collaborative investigator Dr. Greg Townley, who, along with Dr. Marisa Zapata, was recently named co-director of the Portland State University Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative. More info: /homelessness-research-action-collaborative

We are on LinkedIn!

Please join the Temple University Collaborative on LinkedIn by following us at any/temple-university-collaborative-on-community-inclusion/ 

The October 2018 Key Update is here!

The October Key Update is here from our friends at the Clearinghouse featuring transportation options on getting to the polls on November 6th, an updated voters' rights guide, new research about antidepressant withdrawal, and more! Read here: https://www.mhself

The Temple University Collaborative is supported by funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), and Temple University. The content of this special announcement does not necessarily reflect the views of the funding agencies and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.