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

Which jobs are suitable for disabled people?

This seems, at least to me, an odd question to ask. And yet it is often the subject of some discussion with employers. Evenbreak, as you know, is a job board which helps employers attract more disabled applicants. Thankfully, most employers I speak to (admittedly I tend only to talk to employers who are known … Continue reading Which jobs are suitable for disabled people?