Creating an Accessible and Welcoming Workplace

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When interacting with people with disabilities both as employees and consumers, you may find it helpful to learn more about general disability etiquette, including making the workplace accessible and using proper language.

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ADA Checklist for Existing Facilities

Download the KentuckyWorks ADA Checklist for existing facilities. This form shows many examples and specific directions about how to make ...
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Leading Practices on Disability Inclusion

Leading Practices on Disability Inclusion [link] Author(s): Business Leadership Network and US Chamber of Commerce Business leaders were asked to ...
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Disability Etiquette: Engaging People with Disabilities

Disability Etiquette: Engaging People with Disabilities [link] Author(s): Tennessee Disability Coalition “This guide provides helpful information on disability etiquette. Topics ...
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At Your Service

At Your Service [link] “The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center has partnered with Storyline Motion Pictures (filmmakers of the critically acclaimed PBS documentary ...
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