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Disability Friendly

How to Move from Clueless to Inclusive

Kemp, John D.

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1. Auflage Oktober 2022
256 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-83009-2
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Create a true culture of inclusion

Although progress has been made around equality for many marginalized groups, people with disabilities are still massively underrepresented in organizations' Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts. People with disabilities make up at least 15% of the population, yet they are still too often overlooked. Many people with disabilities are highly motivated, create fantastic work, and add tremendous value to organizations.

Disability Friendly is a clarion call to businesses around the world to realize the opportunities presented by employing people with disabilities. It explains the potential of disabled employees, how to create a culture of inclusion, and, in the process, help people with disabilities become proud contributors.

In this book, you'll find:
* Concrete strategies for redesigning work and its processes to embrace all contributing citizens
* Ways to incorporate disability supports into a business' diversity and inclusion practices and initiatives
* Methods for reducing the massive cost associated with government disability support payments and repurpose these as investments in the human potential of people with disabilities

Ideal for executives, managers, and other business leaders, Disability Friendly will also earn a place in the libraries of Diversity and Inclusion and Human Resources professionals seeking to make an impact on their company and on behalf of a marginalized group.

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Part I: What the World Is Missing When It Overlooks People with Disabilities

Chapter One: Disability Inclusion Benefits Everyone

Chapter Two: The Power of Disability Entrepreneurship

Chapter Three: Disability is Essential to the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Movement

Chapter Four: Inclusive Design: Enabling Work by All

Part II: What People with Disabilities Want Everyone Else to Know

Chapter Five: Getting to Equal by Erasing Fear

Chapter Six: Overcome Ableism by Recognizing Our Common Humanity

Chapter Seven: "You Don't Look Disabled"

Chapter Eight: Personal Experiences That Shaped My Concepts of Disability Culture

Part III: How to Become Disability Friendly: The Pillars of Disability Inclusion

Chapter Nine: Corporate Culture and Disability Culture

Chapter Ten: Talent Acquisition Through Outreach and Recruitment

Chapter Eleven: Hiring and Retaining the Best Talent

Chapter Twelve: Employers' Slow Progress to Disability-Friendly Inclusion

Chapter Thirteen: Communicating the Organization's Policies and Practices

Chapter Fourteen: Accessible Information and Communication Technology for All

Chapter Fifteen: Blueprint for Disability-Friendly Workplaces of the Future: How to Create Inclusive, Safe, and Captivating Workplaces

Appendix: Viscardi Center's Curriculum for Its National Center on Disability Entrepreneurship

References

About the Author

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JOHN D. KEMP is widely respected as a leader in the disability movement for more than forty years. John currently serves as president and CEO of Lakeshore Foundation, an organization providing opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities to lead healthy, active, independent lives. As a co-founder of the American Association of People with Disabilities and as an international speaker and disability rights leader, John serves as a catalyst for change and increasing the political and economic power of people with disabilities.