The Truth about Employees with Brain Injuries
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The Truth about Employees with Brain Injuries
The Truth about Employees with Brain Injuries

Categories: Employment

By Cheryl Green, Volunteer and Board Member of Disability Art and Culture Project Four years ago, I had a brain injury that left me with too many impairments to work, but without the self-awareness to recognize my limitations. That was … Continue reading

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Promoting Business and Workplace Equality for ALL Diverse Segments
Promoting Business and Workplace Equality for ALL Diverse Segments

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By Guest Blogger Sam McClure, Vice President of Affiliate Relations and External Affairs, National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce I started my current job four years ago, relocating to Washington, D.C. from the Twin Cities, where I was the … Continue reading

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What’s New with Disability.gov? PSAs Challenge Assumptions about People with Disabilities
What’s New with Disability.gov? PSAs Challenge Assumptions about People with Disabilities

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It’s a simple, yet powerful message: People are not defined by their disability. For instance, you may be someone who has cerebral palsy, but more importantly, you define yourself as a hard worker, tech savvy and spiritual. These skills and … Continue reading

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