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Welcome to the Disability Awareness Learning Guide!

This guide is intended to provide a wide variety of resources, mostly online or available in the Shoreline Community College Library, on the topic of Disability Awareness. To find specific kinds of information, choose one of the tabs across the top and explore the links on the page that will open for you.

According to the website :Disabled World, " What is Disability Awareness? The biggest barriers people with disabilities encounter are other people.

Disability Awareness means educating people regarding disabilities and giving people the knowledge required to carry out a job or task thus separating good practice from poor. It is no longer enough just to know that disability discrimination is unlawful.

For instance disability awareness relates to topics such as a recent paper released by the Council for Disability Awareness that examines the lack of awareness of the risks and the financial burden that an unexpected accident or illness can have on retirement savings.

Despite the fact that three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, disability is often overlooked as a threat to long-term financial security. "

What is Disability Awareness?

The biggest barriers people with disabilities encounter are other people.

Disability Awareness means educating people regarding disabilities and giving people the knowledge required to carry out a job or task thus separating good practice from poor. It is no longer enough just to know that disability discrimination is unlawful.

For instance disability awareness relates to topics such as a recent paper released by the Council for Disability Awareness that examines the lack of awareness of the risks and the financial burden that an unexpected accident or illness can have on retirement savings.

Despite the fact that three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, disability is often overlooked as a threat to long-term financial security.

- See more at: http://www.disabled-world.com/disability/awareness/#sthash.Rh9BVPBy.dpuf

What is Disability Awareness?

The biggest barriers people with disabilities encounter are other people.

Disability Awareness means educating people regarding disabilities and giving people the knowledge required to carry out a job or task thus separating good practice from poor. It is no longer enough just to know that disability discrimination is unlawful.

For instance disability awareness relates to topics such as a recent paper released by the Council for Disability Awareness that examines the lack of awareness of the risks and the financial burden that an unexpected accident or illness can have on retirement savings.

Despite the fact that three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, disability is often overlooked as a threat to long-term financial security.

- See more at: http://www.disabled-world.com/disability/awareness/#sthash.Rh9BVPBy.dpuf

What is Disability Awareness?

The biggest barriers people with disabilities encounter are other people.

Disability Awareness means educating people regarding disabilities and giving people the knowledge required to carry out a job or task thus separating good practice from poor. It is no longer enough just to know that disability discrimination is unlawful.

For instance disability awareness relates to topics such as a recent paper released by the Council for Disability Awareness that examines the lack of awareness of the risks and the financial burden that an unexpected accident or illness can have on retirement savings.

Despite the fact that three in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled before retiring, disability is often overlooked as a threat to long-term financial security.

- See more at: http://www.disabled-world.com/disability/awareness/#sthash.Rh9BVPBy.dpuf
 

Commemorating 25 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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