America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion
Psychiatric disabilities and mental health issues may affect a person’s awareness, memory, and ability to learn, process information, interact with others, communicate, and make decisions. They can often be “hidden disabilities” that do not receive the public awareness of visible disabilities.
What are the workplace rights of people with psychiatric disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? What types of accommodations and auxiliary aids are commonly needed by individuals with these disabilities?
Learn more about how employers can effectively engage candidates and employees with these functional limitations and benefit from quality talent.
Jana Burke, PhD, ADAC is the president and founder of Mariposa Professional Services, a consulting firm specializing in ADA compliance strategies for organizations with rights and responsibilities under the law. She is a small business owner, consultant, trainer, and researcher who specializes in the ADA employment provisions and workplace strategies for ADA compliance. After 18 years in the field, Dr. Burke remains committed to helping transform how organizations do business by providing strategic planning and visioning for creating disability diversity and inclusion.
Please register for this free virtual workshop at the ticket link above.
Register by September 23 to be eligible for some great door prizes! For questions or accommodation needs, please contact Vicki Stewart.