Campaign for Disability Employment Outreach Toolkits

CDE Toolkits
“Who I Am” Toolkit
“Because” Toolkit
“I Can” Toolkit
What Can YOU Do? Toolkit

Being equipped with the right resources is the first step in promoting inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities in the workplace. The Campaign for Disability Employment provides toolkits with materials supporting the What Can YOU Do? message and the secondary themes built around the award-winning “I Can” PSA, the “Because” PSA and the new “Who I Am” PSA.

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“Who I Am” features nine real people with disabilities. Rather than be defined by disability, these individuals are the sum of their many life roles — which includes working in jobs they love. To learn more about the “Who I Am” campaign and to download resources materials, visit the “Who I Am” Outreach Toolkit.

“Because” features seven people with disabilities speaking about the coaches, parents, mentors, bosses and others whose belief in them was inspirational to their success. The PSA demonstrates how support and encouragement from mentors and role models contribute to development of the skills that lead to career and lifelong success. To learn more about the “Because” campaign and to download resources materials, visit the “Because” Outreach Toolkit.

The “I Can” PSA highlights people with disabilities at work. Women and men representing diverse fields from education to the military describe what they “can” do and the value that they bring to their employers. “I Can” demonstrates how organizations benefit from tapping the skills and talents of people with disabilities. To learn more about the “I Can” campaign and to download resource materials, visit the “I Can” Outreach Toolkit.

The Campaign for Disability Employment is the public outreach initiative that incorporates the “Who I Am,” “I Can” and “Because” campaigns to encourage business leaders, employers, teachers, parents and youth influencers to express support by providing employment opportunities to people with disabilities, sharing inclusive practices, becoming mentors, and raising awareness of the campaign and its goals. To learn more about the What Can YOU Do? campaign and to download resource materials, visit the What Can YOU Do? Outreach Toolkit.