June Issacson Kailes, MSW, LCSW
June Isaacson Kailes, MSW, LCSW is a disability policy consultant and is the Associate Director and Adjunct Associate Professor at the at . Ms. Kailes' work focuses on health-related disability issues and she works as a subcontractor with a variety of government related research projects as a trainer, writer, researcher, and policy analyst. These projects include RRTCs on , , Health and Wellness and Disability, and the . She teaches "Disability Competency in the Health Professions", an introductory course on disability issues for health professionals. It covers disability-related preferred etiquette practices, disability demographics, Medical and Social Models of disability, quality of life issues, culture, risk factors, secondary conditions, ADA compliance, and major disability-related public policy and ethical issues. Ms. Kailes is a well-known and highly respected disability rights advocate and consultant. Recognized nationally and internationally, she is one of the original leaders in the Independent Living Movement.