Disability Etiquette, part 1 – the basics

Sometimes a reluctance to engage with disabled people is through embarrassment rather than prejudice. A desire to not offend or say the wrong the thing, or of not being sure when, how or if to offer help, or which words to use can mean we avoid the situation altogether. Rendering the disabled person even more isolated. For that … Continue reading Disability Etiquette, part 1 – the basics

Benefits of Employing Disabled People (to the employer)

In a previous blog I began to explore some of the business benefits of employing disabled people. I like to bring this alive by using examples from real life, and will sometimes use case studies to illustrate a particular point. Today’s case study looks at the benefits from the point of view of the employer, … Continue reading Benefits of Employing Disabled People (to the employer)