Advocating for the disabled: interview with Jean Langendorf, Easter Seals of Central Texas
AbstractJean Langendorf, vice president of community and housing services for Easter Seals of Central Texas in Austin, has over 25 years of experience working to improve the lives of people with physical and mental impairments. She is widely respected as one of the state’s leading advocates for the disabled. She was a featured panelist at “Finding Housing Opportunities for People with Disabilities,” the September 2011 conference in Austin that was sponsored by the Dallas Fed and the Disability Opportunity Fund. In this interview, Langendorf speaks about her perceptions of serving the housing needs of people with disabilities.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in its journal E-perspectives.
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