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Webinar: Remote Work as a Reasonable Accommodation: No Blankets Allowed
Join us for a discussion about remote and hybrid work arrangements as reasonable accommodations for workers with disabilities, and how these accommodations are distinct from, yet may be also be integrated with, efforts to expand remote work opportunities and other workforce flexibility practices to benefit employees and employers.
The webinar will be captioned.
Ann Deschamps, Director, Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
Nancy Horton, Associate Director, Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
There is no charge to attend this session unless you would like a certificate of attendance (see below).
Certificates of Attendance
Certificates of attendance are available. The cost is $10. To purchase a certificate, you must first register for the session. You will receive a registration confirmation message with a payment link to purchase a certificate. You must pay for the certificate before the webinar. Instructions for claiming your certificate are provided during the live webinar. Find more details on our page about continuing education recognition for webinarshttps://www.adainfo.org/continuing-education-recognition-webinars/.
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Dr. Wendy S. Harbour, Ed.D.
Associate Executive Director for Programs and Development at the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD)
Co-PI and Director, National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD) at the Institute on Community Integration (ICI) at the University of Minnesota
651-583-7499 (Phone or VideoPhone)
704-707-5886 (Texts Only)
I acknowledge, with respect, that I live and work on traditional, ancestral, and contempory lands of Indigenous people including the Anishinaabe, Chippewa, Ojibwe, Dakota (including the Mdewakanton Sioux), Northern Cheyenne, and the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe. I affirm tribal sovereignty and will work to hold myself, my workplaces, and my affiliations accountable to American Indian peoples and Nations.