It is imperative for individuals, schools, businesses and organizations to understand how best to interact with and advocate for persons with disabilities.
Too often, people feel uncomfortable, awkward, or at a loss for how best to interact with or to accommodate people who are disabled. It’s always important to consider the principles of dignity, independence, inclusion, integration, equal opportunity, and accessibility.
Through structured training and interactive experiences, our staff will help you change your perceptions and put you at ease regarding the most appropriate ways to respond and communicate when confronted with a variety of sensitive personal and social interactions.
Please contact us to schedule a training for your school, your business or your organization. Email: email@example.com
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