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, January 22, 2018
Artist Brogan Joe Murphy with his piece, 'Stephie and Izzie.' Brogan sitting in his wheelchair in front of painting depicting a woman in a wheelchair and her golden retriever.

Author: Rita DiNunzio, Assistant Director for Communications & Policy, Massachusetts Office on Disability
The Massachusetts Office on Disability is a state agency with the mission of ensuring full and equal participation in all aspects of life by persons with disabilities. In early 2017, MOD created a new public outreach effort, that is, we asked the public to submit original artwork that depicts people with disabilities “Breaking Barriers.” Much of our agency’s work focuses on providing technical assistance to the public on various disability-related laws and regulations. Therefore, one purpose of the call for art was to ensure that we stay in touch with the human aspect of the agency’s mission: dignity and self-determination for all people with disabilities.

Published Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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Work Without Limits recently launched its Disability and the Workplace blog, and we are pleased to share the top five most-read blogs of 2017! We would also like to take this time to thank all who contributed to our blog posts in 2017, and to encourage you – our readers and partners – to submit your blog for 2018

In case you missed them, here are the most popular blogs from 2017:

Published Monday, January 8, 2018
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Author: Paola Almonte, State Street Summer 2017 Intern

While at State Street, I learned a lot about myself and my strengths and weaknesses, as well as what it’s like to work in an office. I also learned many skills working on a Windows computer, since I’m a Mac user. I hope the skills I learned at State Street will help me this fall in 12th grade at Boston Arts Academy and in the future at college and in my career.