accessibility

5 ways employers can support disabled employees working from home

Working from home has become the new normal in 2021. This has potential to provide numerous exceptional benefits for the disabled community who have traditionally faced physical barriers to entering the employment market. Working from home offers the unprecedented opportunity to reduce the disability employment gap in a number of industry sectors and offer employers …

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7 ways to make your restaurant or cafe more welcoming for disabled customers

As many traditional ways of city life goes online from communicating to working, we all hope that venues where people can socialize in person continue to thrive. Members of the disabled community, many of whom benefit from the opportunities that working from home offers, depend on the real life interaction of meeting families and friends. …

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4 things that hinder accessibility in schools and universities

Providing equal access to education opportunities is a central component of much government policy with aim of providing fair and equal access to education and subsequent employment opportunities. For many disabled students however, the physical design, arrangement and obstacles offered by the education system, and often its buildings, can cause unfair discrimination to those wishing …

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