Work from Home: A Game-Changer for Individuals with Disabilities

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The onset of the coronavirus left workers everywhere grappling to deal with the “new normal” of working from home, but for individuals with disabilities (IWD), the change has been a welcome improvement and has subsequently led to enhanced work conditions and morale that have leveled the employment “playing field” when compared to individuals without disabilities. Although unemployment rates for IWD have decreased over the years–thanks to education, bias training and advancements in assistive technology–there is still much work to be done. In fact, while 79% of all prime-age (ages 25-54) adults in the U.S.

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