Employment is a basic human right. Accessibility is a basic human right. Earning a Livelihood is a basic human right. Inclusion is a basic human right. And because of Ableism somehow it’s been acceptable through milenia to not offer basic human rights to those with Disabilities (invisible or visible) in the Workplace. This is an uphill battle and there is so much room to … read more… Employment is a basic human right.
Monday marked the first day of Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week! A week to educate society about the progress we still need to make towards acceptance of all disabilities including the invisible ones. “About 25% of U.S. adults have a disability, and most invisible disability metrics in the U.S. say that roughly as high as 20% … read more… It’s Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week!