The Campaign for Disability Employment

Photo of three people linking armsWhat can we ALL do?

How to join our cause & spread the word.

We all have a role to play in, and benefits to gain from, improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Here’s how to help the Campaign for Disability Employment spread the word about the What Can YOU Do? effort.

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Leverage Our What Can YOU Do? Outreach Toolkit
Promoting the What Can YOU Do? Campaign is easy thanks to our downloadable materials.

Click here to access:
  • Tips for promoting the disability employment message in your own community

  What Can YOU Do? posters for your workplace, school or organization
  • Customizable news releases about your organization’s commitment to the Campaign for Disability Employment   What Can YOU Do? print ads and articles for your publications

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Express Your Support
If you’re an employer, an adult with a disability or a young person with a disability, please contribute to the various online forums on this Web site. If you fall into a different category, you can support the Campaign by:

  Encouraging employers and others to recognize the value and talent that people with disabilities bring to the workplace;

  Helping young people with disabilities dream big and aspire to have a rewarding career; and
  Reinforcing that people with disabilities can and want to work;   Remembering that at work, it’s what people CAN do that matters.
  • What Can We All do?

    Tell a Friend

    Forward this Web site and our viral videos to your friends, colleagues and others. With your help, we can increase awareness about the talents and skills that people with disabilities contribute to the workplace and challenge misconceptions about disability and employment.
    Post a link to the What Can YOU DO? Web site. Click here to learn how.
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    Many of today's hottest technologies were first developed for people with disabilities. For example, text messaging, long used by the deaf community, is an increasingly popular communication tool for everyone.