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Picture shows 6 people sitting in black, metal chairs with red leather cushioning. Only half of the person furthest to the left who has long brown hair that is tied up, wearing a black t-shirt can be seen. Behind her, on the furthest right is a woman of European descent, wearing a reddish-brown t-shirt with brown hair tied up high. In the middle (in front of the two women) is someone with brown hair reaching their shoulders in a purple sweater, in front,  to the left of her is someone in a white sweater with dirty-blonde hair that reaches just past the shoulders and to the right is a man of European descent, in a blue t-shirt, with a large bald patch on the top of his head with brown, shaven hair that reaches just below his ears, just behind him is someone with a dirty-blonde bob hairstyle, whom is wearing a white scarf that covers the back of her neck, she is wearing a black blazer. In front of the people is a women in a dark, blue blouse, who is standing in front of a black stand.

Did you know the most valuable asset of any operation is its people - staff, board members, volunteers, donors, and student? 


The goal of Inclusion Awareness Trainings is to better educate personnel on how to be more inclusive - comfortable involving individuals with disabilities in their activities, promotions, and programs. 


Together this is achieved through an array of group training, which allows personnel to learn, inquire, and engage in activities designed to teach the importance of ADA compliance and inclusion.


Below are a list of topics we cover. You can customize them based on your training needs:


-Overview of Disability Laws & Guidelines

-Compliance Requirements for Non-Profits Receiving Federal/State Funding

-Organizational Best Practices

-I'm an Individual First, with a disability second 

-Tax Benefits

-Miseducation and Attitudinal Barriers

-Deaf Cultural Norms

-Basic ASL( American Sign Language) w/ a dash of Specialized vocabulary


If you would like to receive training, please contact us.


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