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Spoon theory: some things just can’t be articulated

Representation of the “invisible backpack” that disabled people carry. This article discusses the impacts of such an invisible backpack
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


QUICK WINS: Offering the Right Support Starts With Asking the Right Question

An article to help understand how to ask about a persons access requirements demonstrated through a fictional story
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


Conversation: can we create a disability inclusive culture via influencing?

A conversation from one disability expert lived experience to another. Is it really too much to believe that we can live in a community that is truly inclusive and accessible to a disabled persons need? This would have to take into account intersectionality and not just pure disability accessibility
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


Fictional scenarios for the workplace

Download these fictional scenarios to take into your training session to support the understanding of disability inclusion
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


The Access To Work Application Process

The application process is the initial stage of making an access to work claim. Engaging the employee and the employer in the process together or support joint working and prepare your employee for the process
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


Understanding Access To Work

Part one of a guide for supporting employees with access to work claims. Access To Work is a government funded grant scheme for employees to access support, resources and equipment to support them in the workplace.
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


Recognising the External Environment

Here are six quick tips for supporting you and your employees to recognise and manage the external environment
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy


QUICK WINS: Understanding Environmental Barriers

An environmental barriers is a physical barrier that prevents a disabled person from inclusion and engagement.
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Content Author:  Esi Hardy