Special Needs Workers Should Expect Less

Megan Goodwin
August 19, 2013

While searching through job openings and applications for companies that hire workers with “special needs,” “disabilities,” and “other impairments,” I came across one for a well-known company involved in a worker’s rights dispute. The company often hires individuals with special […]

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“They Don’t Climb”

Reasoning Behind the Importance of an Individualized Approach  I vividly remember the meeting where I learned my first lesson about how different each child on the autism spectrum is. My family entered an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meeting for my […]

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