CAP Provides New Disability Etiquette Training For Managers and Staff
Posted by Alexandra Kielty - On January 29, 2015 (EST)
The Computer/Electronic Accommodation Program (CAP) provides technical assistance and resources to Federal agencies and staff. It has also developed numerous on-line tutorials and videos on Assistive Technology (AT) and accommodations for diverse disabilities. Their on-line training and technical assistance is available free for managers, staff and individuals interested in how best to provide accommodations.
CAP has a new Disability Etiquette Training, Part 1 and 2, is targeted to supervisors and co-workers of individuals with disabilities. This training is intended to provide basic tips that can serve as a guideline when interacting with an individual who has a disability. Proper disability etiquette creates a comfortable work environment and supports equal access and advancement for all.
To access this CAP resource, please click on View Page Now or go to: http://www.cap.mil/newsevents/Training.aspx
Modified On : January 29, 2015
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