This post looks at and shares links to private sector leaders successfully embedding Diversity & Inclusion efforts for the workforce (and customers/care givers) with disabilities into longterm global corporate strategies.
This year's holiday celebrations cap a recent flurry of summer activities
I am pleased to share the news with you of our invitation to present a Plenary session for the upcoming US Business Leadership Conference in Chicago on September 21, 2010! The topic is "Global Opportunities for Entrepreneurs with Disabilities', and represents an early public recognition on the [...]
The winning logo submission we chose is a clear and easy to see image representing equality, community inclusion, and the business case for abilities-based employment. The logo selected to be used for the EmployAbility Rally was designed through a great service located at www.logotournament.com. A fast and easy-to-use form is [...]
Within the fields of special education, psychology, and social research, it is widely assumed and documented that people with disabilities take longer to achieve traditional benchmarks associated with becoming an adult than their non-disabled peers. But a recently published study called
A conference/training took place in Tempe, AZ on June 22-23, 2010 about the
Recent articles on the value of a college education and absence of career preparation within the current k-20 education system spiked my interest in tying the themes together as a way of assessing employment outcomes for graduates of postsecondary and higher education programs. On the one hand, there are [...]