Special Needs Workers Should Expect Less

Megan Goodwin Burke
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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