What will the future of work hold for the many people with disabilities who, after being abruptly sent home from work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, may have lost touch with the services and supports that they depend upon to sustain their employment? How have other people with disabilities been supported to continue to strengthen their work skills, social networks, and access to technology during this time? Have people with disabilities continued to plan for new pathways into employment while engaging in social distancing? And what might this foretell for future shifts in how employment services and supports may be delivered in the United States? TASH has arranged for these and other important questions to be answered and discussed in a roundtable conversation with three national subject matter experts and three nationally recognized leaders in the self-advocacy movement. Please join us for this timely webinar.
The discussion will be moderated by Gina Kline and feature Lisa Mills, Ruby Moore, Tia Nelis, Michael Rogers, David Taylor and Jennifer White.