Webinar – Providing Reasonable Accommodations to Employees with Disabilities

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Disabled-employeeThe NCHV NVTAC is hosting the webinar “Providing Reasonable Accomodations to Employees with Disabilities” on Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Job accommodations are important for the successful employment of individuals with disabilities, but for those with traumatic brain injury and mental health impairments such as post-traumatic stress disorder, accommodations are essential. Knowing how, when and why it might be necessary to disclose a disability is the first and often most difficult part of the accommodation process.
This webcast will provide information on the disclosure of disabilities in the workplace and common accommodations that might be needed. Real-life accommodation situations and solutions will be interspersed throughout the session. Melanie Whetzel from the Job Accommodations Network (JAN) will be leading the discussion.
TO REGISTER FOR “Providing Reasonable Accommodations to Employees with Disabilities
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You will receive instructions for joining the training and a link to the training materials when you register. For additional questions, please contact Antonio Addessi at [email protected] or call us at 202-546-1969.

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