Problem: Legislators are challenged to create laws that reflect international standards and answer to their disability constituencies, yet are acceptable to industry, the healthcare system and legislative colleagues.
Solution: Our team’s unique combination of medical, academic and policy expertise (Andrew Haig), disability advocacy (Tom Haig) and communication strategies (Barb Haig) means we can address the political map from behind the scenes or work to unify supporters behind a rational proposal.
Approach: We work with American and international federal, state and local political entities to design creative programs that improve quality of life and productivity of people with disability.
Read about our work:
- We worked with European Union leaders to create and critique the White Book on Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in Europe.
- The WHO World Report on Disability repeatedly referenced our work to justify change in global policy.
- Haig A. J.: Practice of physical medicine and rehabilitation on both sides of the Atlantic: differences and the factors that drive them. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2008 June;44(2):111-5
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