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Did you know 1 in 4 adults has a disability? Learn more about how we can make work accessible by design, and create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
Highlights from a conversation between the Office of Disability Employment Policy's Jennifer Sheehy and Becky Ogle, who proposed and designed ODEP.
As ODEP celebrates it's 20th year, human resource compliance professional Alicia Wallace explains how it helps those in her profession do their jobs better.
Join our online dialogue on identifying solutions for overcoming barriers to employment for people with disabilities from all corners of American society.
To celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Office of Disability Employment Policy hosted a discussion with tech experts and industry leaders on accessible technology that can help build a future that works for all Americans.
National Disability Employment Awareness Month was first celebrated 75 years ago! As we celebrate NDEAM 2020, learn more about how we can increase opportunity for people with disabilities.
As we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, Jennifer Sheehy of the Department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy shares the importance of equal access and opportunity for all Americans.
During National Autism Awareness Month, learn more about resources to help young people and workers on the autism spectrum, employers, service providers and others.
For 29 years, the ADA has helped ensure the full participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life, including employment.
Twenty years ago, the Supreme Court declared that people with disabilities are entitled to the same rights and choices as all Americans.