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Disability:IN Wisconsin
is the state’s only business-to-business association that promotes disability inclusion in the workplace, marketplace and supply chain. Disability:IN Wisconsin is an affiliate of Disability:IN, a nationwide organization.

Disability:IN Wisconsin has compiled the following resources to support your disability inclusion work during COVID-19.

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COVID-19 and the Workforce: Intersections of Cornavirus, Employment and Disability Inclusion

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Disability:IN Wisconsin would like to inform and share with you the following resources Disability:IN, has compiled to support your disability inclusion work during COVID-19. As we work together and learn during this unprecedented time, we are guided by two broad principles: Designing and implementing responses to COVID-19 that are based on facts, objective evidence, and…

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Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin

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Becky Kekula from Disability:IN joined a group at our sponsor Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin for more best practice talk. There was networking among professionals after the discussion. American Family Insurance Becky Kekula from Disability:IN also shared best practices for the Disability Equality Index with Madison-area employers. We’re so grateful to our partners…

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America’s vocational rehabilitation (VR) program turns 100

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This year marks 100 years since the establishment of America’s vocational rehabilitation (VR) program, which was created by Congress in 1920 to assist individuals with physical disabilities. Today, VR serves people with a range of disabilities, whether visible or not. It also uses a dual-customer approach, working to helps businesses meet their workforce needs and…

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