Workplace Disability Etiquette Attitude vs Dos and Donts People First Language Individual with Disabilities vs t he Disabled Avoid Stereotypes eg a person with learning disability has below average intelligence ID: 742971 Download Presentation
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Workplace Disability Etiquette. Attitude vs. “Do’s” and “Don’ts”. People First Language – Individual with Disabilities vs. . t. he Disabled. Avoid Stereotypes – e.g., a person with learning disability has below average intelligence.
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Workplace Disability Etiquette
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