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Anxiety resources for campus health (arch) is a new program of asians and pacific islanders with disabilities of california (apidc) and with start-up funding by the los angeles county department of mental health (dmh) prevention and early intervention (pei) funds. 6232020 the pacific disability forum (pdf) has recently appointed ms. Pdf welcomes laisa to this very senior management role and are delighted to have her take up the position with her vast experience in program coordination, research, policy, capacity building, lobbying, resourceproject management and research on a regional and international. asian pacific americans with disabilities our stories, our lives below is a summary of an informal survey conducted by the disability visibility project. Alice wong presented the results of this survey at the 9th jacobus tenbroek disability law symposium on march 31, 2016 for the panel, building diversity in the disability rights movement. To date, asian & pacific islander disability and special needs issues have been under-represented. The following resources are being collected to assist interested parties to find information covering all aspects of global asian & pacific islander as well as u. Asian american & pacific islander disability issues and the existing best practices in this venue. hundreds of millions of people in the asia pacific region have a disability. Many live in poverty and suffer prejudice, discrimination and exclusion. People with disabilities are routinely denied opportunities for work and education and face barriers in accessing places and services others in the community take for granted. Asian pacific policy and planning council (a3pcon) a3pcon is a coalition of community-based organizations that advocates for the rights and needs of the asian and pacific islander american (apia) community in the greater los angeles area, with a particular focus on low income, immigrant, refugee and other disadvantaged sectors of the population. The university of minnesota twin cities is an asian american native american pacific islander serving institution (aanapisi). This 2017 midpoint review factsheet outlines background, issues and escaps work related to persons with disabilities in asia and the pacific. asian & pacific islander disability issues resources and best practices page.