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Communicating Your Commitment to Disability Inclusion



Businesses can strengthen their ability to attract people with disabilities and communicate disability inclusion through their external communication. To externally communicate disability inclusion, organizations can

  • Include people with visible disabilities in advertisements and other public materials
  • Consider using person-first language
  • Make sure that all public materials are accessible
  • Reach out to disability-targeted organizations

Internal communications are also an important part of building a disability inclusive organization. The strategies identified above can also be used internally. In addition, organizations

  • Make polices and procedures about disability inclusion easy to find
  • Start an employee resource group for staff with disabilities
  • Make sure that internal communications are accessible
  • Provide training on disability etiquette and inclusion to all staff

These resources provide basic information about disability etiquette:

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