Organization-Wide Inclusion & Accessibility. Everyone Plays a Part

We live in a diverse society. In fact, 1 in 4 adults in the US have a disability. 1 in 5 people worldwide are neurodivergent. Successful organizations are increasingly recognizing the benefits of organization-wide accessibility - for their employees, customers and their business.

In this webinar, hosted by EARN (Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion) you'll hear from two inclusion experts on what it means to be accessible and inclusive of staff with disabilities, both inside and outside the workplace. Take away actionable steps that can help you to improve accessibility across your whole organization, whether it's large or small. Discover advice to help you address the accessibility of external facing content, such as your company website.

Whether you're already leading the way for accessibility, or are just at the beginning of the journey this webinar can benefit you.

What you'll gain...

During this 60 minute webinar gain:

  • Actionable steps that you can take to put organization-wide inclusion in place - Listen as the speakers discuss physical, digital, and product accommodations.
  • Insight into methodologies used to become sustainable when discussing accessibility - You may be accessible but how do you sustain it within an organization. Take away some steps that can be used immediately.
  • How to increase self-identification around accessibility - Make it safe for your employees to self-identify and disclose their disability.
  • Learn about the challenges of accessibility and how technology can help - Discover how to leverage technology in the accessibility space.

    Register to get the recording. You’ll also receive our guide to unlocking neurodiversity in the workplace and lots more!

Unlocking Neurodiversity in the workplace guide

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About this webinar

Accessibility is the foundation of an inclusive, supportive workplace. To ensure access for all employees, organizations must focus on and prioritize all aspects of accessibility, including physical and digital accessibility.

To support all employees, including those with disabilities, it’s important that staff at every level understand and embrace a holistic and organization-wide accessibility plan. With an “Accessibility is Everyone’s Responsibility” attitude, organizations will yield numerous benefits including increased productivity, a diverse applicant talent pool, long-term employee retention and a larger often more loyal customer base.

In this webinar, panelists will offer effective strategies employers can use to develop and sustain a fully accessible workplace.

Meet the speakers

Naomi Tyre, Director, Workplace Accommodations and NGCare, Northrop Grumman

With over 95,000 employees, Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of their customers worldwide.

Director of Workplace Accommodations and NGCare for Northrop Grumman, Naomi Tyre leads the teams responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to employees across the enterprise and for managing the Employee Assistance Program and mental health and wellbeing programs and resources. Previously, Naomi directed EEO Compliance and Workplace Accommodations for Northrop Grumman. Prior to joining Northrop Grumman, Naomi was an HR Consultant for WorkPlace HR, the HR consulting company affiliated with Fortney & Scott, LLC.

James Deignan, Inclusive Technology Specialist, Texthelp

Texthelp supports financial, government and health organizations on their diversity, inclusion and accessibility journey.

Speaking on disability inclusion, James states:

"I am passionate about promoting equality and creating opportunity for all, I believe in a world where difference, disability or language are no longer barriers. With lived experience of Neurodiversity and over a decade of experience in the tech space, I advise companies on tools and strategies to improve diversity and inclusion."

Meet the moderator

Lou Orslene, Supervisory Policy Advisor, Employer & Workplace Policy, Office of Disability Employment Policy

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