Disability:IN has compiled the following resources 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:
1. Designing and implementing responses to COVID-19 that are based on facts, objective evidence, and science; and
2. Ensuring that our responses are genuine, effective, and meaningful by taking into consideration the functional needs of all employees, including individuals with disabilities through the provision of reasonable accommodations, including accessible websites, online systems, mobile apps and other forms of information and communication technologies.
Please know that more resources will be added as they become available. If you have a resource that isn’t listed but should be, please email [email protected].
Women and Mental Illness
Disability:IN Inclusion Works complied a quick insight into Women and Mental Illness from some of the leading institutions, including: Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, May Clinic, World Health Organization and others. Learn the details from the experts, with the numbers to back it up.
Service Dog Accommodation Checklist & Ownership
Similar to when a new employee joins a company, onboarding a service animal takes coordination and communication across several business departments. Here is a list of onboarding tasks each department should own—from HR and Facilities to employees themselves.

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