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Disability Inclusion and The Workplace

Work Without Limits blogs feature staff and guest bloggers highlighting varying perspectives of disability inclusion in the workplace.

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Published Monday, February 19, 2018

Author: Cheryl Cumings, Founder/Board President/Acting Director, Our Space Our Place
As we celebrate Black History month, it is important that we acknowledge the many connections between the civil rights movement and the disability rights movement. Similar to African-Americans, persons with disabilities have fought for full participation and inclusion in society. Though great leaders have charted the course of both movements, it was the collective impact of ordinary people deciding to get involved that contributed to making life better for everyone.

Published Monday, February 12, 2018
Kerry Boggis sitting in her room smiling

Author: Bonnie Rivers, Director of Employer Relations, Work Without Limits
I was three. She was new and seemed really small. In the early years we shared a room. For a while, she had a tent over her crib with cold, wet fog blowing into it. It hummed all night. I wasn’t supposed to touch her because it could make her sick, but sometimes mom let me go inside the tent anyway. I don’t know if that tent was there for days, weeks or even months, but I remember the tent.

Published Monday, February 5, 2018
Young man in collard shirt and vest standing against brick wall in sunglasses holding white cane

Author: Kathy Petkauskos, Director, Work Without Limits

Oftentimes when we are conducting disability etiquette and other similar training's for employers, the first question we get is: what do you mean when you say disability? It’s a very good question because disability is different for everyone; it varies from person to person, and can change over time. It’s important to understand this in order to better serve employees, clients, and others involved in your business. So, what do we mean when we say disability?

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