I am excited to share this visual aid for anyone with disabilities – or without. It’s important to be cognizant of the challenges disabled people have in getting a job, but also to understand that disabled doesn’t mean UN-Abled.
If you know someone who can leverage this piece, please share this post with them. In addition, all credit related to this aid goes to Victoria Abbott-Fleming (My new friend from across the Atlantic – distance is no obstacle) the founder of a chronic pain charity called Burning Nights. She was kind enough to send this to share with the Bizzeebobber audience in mind, and I am grateful. The LINK to her site can be found in the graphic below (bottom right hand corner) or http://www.burningnightscrps.org/
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The competitive nature of today’s jobs market makes it rather challenging for people with disabilities to succeed in finding employment, even though employers are prohibited from discriminating on grounds of disability. There are practical challenges which may need to be faced when candidates attend for interview, but these can be overcome with some intelligent thinking. A candidate with a mindset of ‘Here’s how I’ll deal with this obstacle’ is far more likely to be hired than one who doesn’t believe the obstacle can be conquered.
How will YOU overcome ALL obstacles? #NeverStop
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