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Including Persons with Disabilities in Health Promotion Campaigns

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Based on recommendations by PHI’s Center on Disability, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is updating its Community Guide to Preventive Services to include considerations for people with disabilities. Considerations include physical accessibility of facilities and equipment used for health promotion and alternative formats for health communication for people who are blind.

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