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Free Webinars

Leaders in the field share their expertise on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), disability history, and promoting an inclusive workplace through successful recruitment, hiring and retaining of individuals with disabilities.

Featured Webinar Series

Advancing Equal Employment Opportunities and Creating Inclusive Workplaces

Webinar Series [8-part]: April 23, 2019 – February 25, 2020

The Southeast ADA Center, Georgia APSE and the Washington Initiative for Supported Employment (WISE) are working together to promote Employment First in the state of Georgia.

"We believe that everyone has abilities to contribute and that their work should be recognized and rewarded with fair pay, creating inclusive workplaces. We believe that employment enriches and adds meaning to every life, and that workplaces and communities are enhanced when they embrace differences."

Source: APSE National – We Believe

The webinar series will build awareness of Employment First, and feature a variety of topics for supported employment providers, vocational rehabilitation professionals, self-advocates, and families. The series will embrace APSE’s vision, mission, and values; and provide tools and resources that can be used to advance equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

  • Vision: All people with disabilities have competitive employment in an inclusive workforce.
  • Mission: To advance employment equity for people with disabilities.
  • Values: We believe everyone can and should work, and have the dignity of determining their career path.

Source: APSE Mission, Vision & Values


Benefits of Webinars

Participating in a webinar can support the professional development of an individual, entire department or agency for less cost than sending staff to comparable training events.

Businesses and sponsoring agencies can host a webinar and invite individuals, co-workers, local employers and community partners to participate on-site, and use the time following the webinar to discuss their employment program and dialogue with participants about "next steps" to improve their approach to disability inclusion and employing individuals with disabilities.

Help and Questions?

Contact the Southeast ADA Center, one of ten regional centers in the ADA National Network and a project of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University.

Phone: 404-541-9001
Fax: 404-541-9002

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. [Eastern Time]