A True Dilemma of “Social” and “Physical” Distancing

While social distancing is the new “buzz” word for COVID-19, let’s see it from the perspective of understanding “distancing” for people with disabilities. The COVID-19 crisis is new. It is requiring us all to act, interact and communicate in different ways than we are used to. Social distancing is the term you hear whenever you … Continue reading A True Dilemma of “Social” and “Physical” Distancing

Refusing to be Limited: Part 2

If you’re an employer, you need employees to keep your company or organization in business. But are you looking at all labor markets? People with disabilities represent a talented, untapped labor market.  The World Health Organization states that there are over a billion people with disabilities in the world – that is about 15% of … Continue reading Refusing to be Limited: Part 2