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Title
Carol Tyndall Conlon interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel, 2014-12-16
Type
Moving Image
Subject
Conlon, Carol Tyndall, 1952---Interviews.
Caregivers--Labor unions--Oregon.
Caregivers--Oregon--Interviews.
Collective bargaining.
Disability evaluation.
Folklore.
Health insurance.
Home care services--Oregon.
Humor in the workplace.
Job stress.
Labor unions.
Medical care.
People with disabilities--Employment.
Wages.
Grants Pass (Or.)
Genre Form
video recordings
Filmed interviews.
Interviews (Sound recordings)
Interviews.
Oral histories.
Language
English
In English
Geographic Coverage
Oregon
Identified By
Lccn: 2017655477
Summary
Care giver Carol Tyndall Conlon talks about her experiences caring for her autistic son and how it led her into being a health care worker. Also discusses previous jobs, becoming involved with autism support networks, her own training, empowering individuals with disabilities, her experiences testifying before legislative committees and advocating for policy changes and modifications in public support of health care.
Capture
Recorded at the Oregon AFSCME Council 75 office, Grants Pass, Oregon, December 16, 2014.
Authorized Access Point
Conlon, Carol Tyndall, 1952- Carol Tyndall Conlon interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel, 2014-12-16
Authorized Access Point Variant
Bussel, Robert, 1951- Carol Tyndall Conlon interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel, 2014-12-16
Occupational Folklife Project, Carol Tyndall Conlon interview conducted by Michael Robert Bussel, 2014-12-16