This short guide offers some simple best practices for recreation-based youth programs.
This guidebook is about inclusion in campus sports and recreation programs. Written by Timotheus “T.J.” Gordon Jr., a researcher at University of Illinois – Chicago, 2021 Dinah F. Cohen DREAM Fellow, and an autistic sports enthusiast, this guidebook discusses ways that campus intramural sports and recreation programs could attract and include students, staff, and faculty with disabilities.
This guidebook provides information on how to provide an inclusive working environment for the working team. It emphasizes the importance of diversity and flexibility in the workplace to maximize the health and wellbeing of the staff.
A guidebook intended to help guide young people with disabilities through the disclosure process.
This guidebook provides information about how to provide an inclusive environment for all during any training event. Whether presented in person or virtually, this resource gives tips on ways that the event can be accessible on a broader scale.
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The word “inclusion” is used frequently in our world today, but what do we actually mean when we say it? In this webinar, Liz Weintraub explores the difference between inclusion and belonging. She shares stories from her own experiences, and answers audience questions about how to create places that foster true belonging.
In this recording, learn about the importance of captions and ways to make your online programming, work, and content accessible for deaf and hard of hearing Internet consumers.