Establishing and Using a Support Network for Individuals with Disabilities
New Extension publication!
Bulletin #2026, Establishing and Using a Support Network for Individuals with Disabilities
Farmers with an injury, disability, or chronic illness often need a helping hand to get through hard times. You may wonder how you will complete daily tasks or specific aspects of your farm operation, or you may be concerned about finances and health care. Knowing what resources are available for you is crucial. However, sorting through all the information can be burdensome and frustrating. Having someone help you address a variety of issues and navigate through the different resources can make a huge task seem more manageable and minimize the stress. Read more…
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Richard Brzozowski, Maine AgrAbility Project Director, University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Beatriz M. Rodriguez, Project Director, North Carolina AgrAbility Partnership
Rhonda Miller, Ph.D., Project Director, AgrAbility, Utah State University