Since the pandemic began, many employers have discovered that simply seeing someone at a desk doesn’t always equate to high productivity.
Northwest Center has led inclusion efforts since 1965: our founders wrote the first laws guaranteeing all children an education. Our therapy, education, and employment services for people with disabilities maximize potential and create diverse schools and workplaces that benefit everyone.
Connections Model helps get kids to an emotionally regulated, engaged state before any kind of teaching begins.
In an inclusive classroom, children with physical and developmental differences learn and play side-by-side with typically developing children.
May 25 marked a civil rights milestone: the 50th anniversary of Washington State House Bill 90 – Education for All.
Only about one-third of working-age persons with disabilities are employed, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
It’s critical for teachers to spot developmental delays, adapt to special health care needs, and begin to bridge social-emotional gaps.
The goal is moving beyond diversity hiring to creating a culture of inclusion in the workplace.
With COVID-19 keeping more children home from well-child visits or child care, there’s a risk red flags are being missed.
This glimpse into what life is like for many people with disabilities is a chance to use that knowledge to work toward creating a society...