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Career support for students with disabilities

Access in Attitude

Consider your opinions on the following statements. The associated reports and websites will provide useful and often surprising insights.

  1. Can employees with hearing defects use telephones?
    [Hearing Impairment GUIDELINES]
    [Hearing impairment WEBSITE]
    [Hearing impairment LINKS]
  2. Can an employee who has been a patient in a mental hospital or has received out-patient treatment cope in stressful situations?
    [Mental Health GUIDELINES]
    [Mental Health WEBSITE]
    [Mental Health LINKS]
  3. Can employees with visual defects or who are blind cope with a job that requires them to read reports or correspondence.?
    [Visual Impairment GUIDELINES]
    [Visual Impairment WEBSITE]
    [Visual Impairment LINKS]
  4. If I employ a person with a disability will the business be liable for increased costs including insurance payments?
    [Costs & Related FAQs GUIDELINES]
    [Costs & Related FAQs WEBSITE] (may experience difficulties accessing this page)
    [Costs & Related FAQs LINKS]
  5. Do employees with disabilities have higher levels of absenteeism?
    [Absenteeism GUIDELINES]
    [Absenteeism WEBSITE] (may experience difficulties accessing this page)
    [Absenteeism LINKS]
  6. Can employees with epilepsy be allowed to go near electricity of any sort, including flickering VDUs or heavy equipment ?
    [Epilepsy GUIDELINES]
    [Epilepsy WEBSITE]
    [Epilepsy LINKS]
  7. With the sophistication and benefit of current equipment and with the assistance of a full time support worker, is it entirely feasible for blind people to drive public buses?
    [Reasonable Accommodations GUIDELINES]
    [Reasonable Accommodations WEBSITE]
    [Reasonable Accommodations LINKS]

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