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Effectively Supporting Employees With Disabilities

 

Become familiar with the disability mindset, the visibility of a condition and its significant impact, and overall barriers to accessibility.

What are the benefits and challenges unique to supporting your employees with disabilities? Employees with disabilities can lead to complex interpersonal social dynamics, workflow variations, inclusivity challenges, and workplace accommodations. This topic includes an assessment of the ADA (law versus practical application) and how to interpret this to create an accessible workplace. You will become familiar with the disability mindset, the visibility of a condition and its significant impact, and overall barriers to accessibility. You will come away from this discussion with a clear understanding of the different types of job accommodations and modifications, as well as best practices for implementing them to ensure successful outcomes for all stakeholders.

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Nick Choppa

Nick Choppa

OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.

  • Vocational rehabilitation counselor/case manager/life care planner with OSC Vocational Systems, Inc. since 2009
  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Certified Case Manager, and Certified Disability Man-agement Specialist
  • Over 12 years of experience in vocational rehabilitation counseling, and hands on case management
  • Works with employers and large corporations to develop rehabilitation plans, job development, and placement
  • Experience in coordination of medical treatment with various medical providers with the goal of facilitating a successful return to work
  • Nationally published author and speaker in the field of Rehabilitation Counseling on topics of workplace accommodation, medical aspects of disability, and labor market research
  • Master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling
Clinton Richmond, M.A., CRC, PGAP

Clinton Richmond, M.A., CRC, PGAP

OSC Vocational Systems, Inc.

  • Vocational rehabilitation counselor since 2011 also working in this field as an employer vocational consultant/activity coach/Social Security vocational expert
  • Facilitating a return to a permanent new or modified position following a work injury
  • Identification of ergonomic equipment to assist individuals in returning to work
  • Coaching individuals with work injuries through a 10-week psychosocial intervention as an activity coach
  • M.A. degree, Western Washington University; B.A. degree, Western Washington University
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