This pandemic has created a variety of workplace-related issues, and employers are now faced with a greater demand for temporary accommodations. What accommodations can employers provide to help all employees perform to the best of their abilities?
Disability Inclusion Training
Have you ever wondered how a person who’s blind or has low vision watches movies and videos?
Back when I was the Chairman of the Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled, I appeared on TV to discuss the many facets of the committees.
Years go, I was fortunate to take part in the Wheels of Hope Wheelchair Basketball and Land Mine Awareness Tour in Bosnia and Croatia. I led a team of seven gold medal Paralympians, including David Kiley, one of the best-known wheelchair athletes in the world....
These simple steps will greatly impact your ability to successfully manage your workday, deliver on crucial projects, and feel connected with your colleagues.
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to discuss the AbilityOne program on FedNews.
As a wheelchair user, one of the questions I often get asked is: “Do you drive?” Followed closely by: “How do you drive?”
Companies with the right tools will be most effective in supporting the emotional well-being and productivity of their associates.
Technology has changed the landscape of the workplace. And assistive technology has redefined employment for people with disabilities.
People are often hesitant or intimidated to initiate a conversation with someone who has a disability. They fear inadvertently doing or saying something inappropriate.