March 2, 2018

In an earlier blog, we presented the case for allowing accommodations in the workplace not only because it is required by law, but because the goal of inclusion benefits all of society (“Accommodate” is Not a Four-Letter Word). The ADA requires employers to make “reaso...

December 15, 2017

In the minds of some, the term “accommodation” may have a negative connotation due to the fact that it implies a weakness that must be compensated for -- it assumes there is a “right” way of doing things and when you can’t do it that one way, an adjustment must be made...

September 12, 2017

The start of spring brought with it a spark of hope to millions of families who are affected by autism. On March 22, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled in favor of an autistic child stating that he deserved a public education that takes into account his unique circumstanc...

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