The usage of case tool for disability business

By | December 7, 2007

It is estimated that 1 in 3 people are disabled or close to the disabled. Disability may be seen as resulting directly from individuals, in which case the focus is typically on aspects of those individuals and how they could function better. This view is associated with what is generally termed a medical model of disability.

UK has implemented an act for the disabled in 1995. It is the Disability Discrimination Act, which was further extended in 2005. This law helps the disabled from being discriminated in employment; access to goods, facilities, services; managing, buying or renting land or property; education. Businesses must make “reasonable adjustments” to their policies or practices, or physical aspects of their premises, to avoid indirect discrimination.

Disability affects every aspect of a business – its people, markets, communities, suppliers and key stakeholders. The disabled may be the customers, employers, partners, or competitors of a business. Thus it makes it so vital to develop confidence for a disability business case. Using a case tool for a disability business case is the best practice to achieve this.

Business & Disability strongly believes that learning from each other is definitely the best way to move forward in order to ensure that the people with disabilities get the place they deserve in our society, so… let’s use the tool!

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