Here at JAN, we’ve written a good bit about disclosure – what it means, and how, when, and why it should be done. You can find the information on our...Read More about If We Had Known…
Is it a little premature to think about a post-inclusionary world – a world that is both true to the theme of this year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)...Read More about Is It Too Early To Think About A Post-Inclusionary World?
In a new television show New Amsterdam, that airs on the NBC network, Dr. Max Goodwin is hired to be the medical director of a public hospital that has lost...Read More about How Can I Help?
The number of peer-reviewed academic articles that are actually read by anyone other than reviewers, editors, and a small group of peers is often cited as being dismally low. This...Read More about A Research Window – Self-Employment for People with Disabilities
Employers are called upon to provide workplace supports for employees for many reasons -- some personal, some medical. Modifications are made or flexibility is often allowed as a benefit of...Read More about Give Em’ a Break: Supporting Employees with Lactation-related Needs
Glucose monitoring is an important component of diabetes management, but what should employers do when the way an employee manages their condition is in conflict with a policy? Here is...Read More about Apps for Diabetes Management – Workplace Accommodation Strategies
As the Lead Consultant on JAN’s self-employment team, I’m often fielding questions from individuals with disabilities interested in starting a business in agriculture. These types of businesses include a diverse...Read More about A Farmer in Our Midst – An Interview with JAN’s Own Dr. Beth Loy