A New Generation is Revolutionizing the Workplace and Inspiring Change

by Jul 19, 2023

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Disability Pride Month and the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) both hold great significance within the disability community. But there’s been a shift in perspective as the new wave of individuals with disabilities redefines what Disability Pride means to them. It’s no longer just about fighting for rights and recognition; it’s about embracing their unique identities and empowering themselves and others.

Across various industries, people with disabilities are breaking barriers, challenging stereotypes, and demonstrating that disability is not a hindrance but a strength. Take, for instance, the rising entrepreneurs with disabilities who are defying societal expectations and launching successful businesses. And in the arts and entertainment industry, artistic individuals with disabilities are claiming their rightful place in the spotlight. These talented and determined individuals challenge societal perceptions and open doors for future generations.

As we commemorate Disability Pride Month and celebrate the ADA Anniversary, we eagerly anticipate the entry of the new generation of individuals with disabilities into the workforce. They will play a pivotal role in shaping workplaces, driving innovation, transforming industries, and compelling business leaders to recognize the immense talent within the disability community. 

We applaud the trailblazers and change-makers taking the baton and leading the way while also recognizing and honoring those who paved the way for this moment. Each of us has a role to play in advocating for inclusion and equality. At iDisability, we aim to create pathways that create more inclusive and accessible workplaces. Discover how we can help.

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Andrew D. Houghton

Andrew D. Houghton

President, Disability Inclusion Solutions

Nationally Recognized Accessibility Expert. Creating Innovative Disability Inclusion Solutions. Certified DOBE.

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