This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which, among many other things, makes it illegal to discriminate in employment against a qualified individual with a disability. Continue reading The ADA: Your Employment Rights as an Individual with a Disability
Chances are, you know someone with diabetes. It may be a friend, a family member or even you, so learn about the facts, stats and impacts of diabetes. Continue reading The Facts, Stats and Impacts of Diabetes
Disability intersects every demographic group—there are people with disabilities of all ages, races, genders or national origin. And, disabilities can impact a person in a variety of ways—both visible and invisible. Continue reading Disaster Preparedness for Individuals with Disabilities
Whether you’re looking for some assistance paying your medical bills or struggling to put food on the table, you have more options than social security when it comes to funding. Continue reading Opening your ABLE Account
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Employment can have a positive effect on mental health as it offers the opportunity to use your skills and talents while boosting self-confidence. But you may have Continue reading Job Hunting & Mental Health
National Scholarship Month, sponsored by the National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA), is a national campaign designed to raise awareness of the vital role scholarships play in reducing student loan debt and expanding access to higher education. Continue reading National Scholarship Providers Association Introduces the NSPA Exchange During National Scholarship Month
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Equity Honors awards are presented to corporate chief officers who have been recognized by their peers as the true leaders at the vanguard of economic equity and minority business integration. Continue reading The NMSDC Equity Honors 2023–Applications Now Open
What is the shape of disability activism? There is a lot of natural variation in the large and diverse disabled population, and many different opinions among the smaller core of committed disability activists.
Studies show that companies with a diverse and inclusive workforce benefit from greater employee retention and higher productivity rates. But some people think that accommodations are always expensive and complicated.
To create products that serve increasingly diverse customers and solve a wider range of social problems, technology companies need women engineers. However, only 25 percent of math and computer science jobs in the United States are filled by women Continue reading Cracking the code: Working together to engage and empower female technologists at Bloomberg