People with intellectual and developmental disabilities serve as dedicated and valued employees at many organizations. Learn how to recruit employees who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.
When referring to a person with intellectual difficulties, it’s important to choose your words carefully. Keep the conversation centered around their individuality, as opposed to their condition. Here are some tips for using inclusive, supportive language.
Expand what you know about dyslexia. Improve the productivity of your workforce by taking these proven, helpful steps to greatly reduce the communications challenges and barriers dyslexia causes for roughly 1 in 5 of your employees.