How To Talk About Disability

Esi HardyAttitudes, Business, Communication, LanguageLeave a Comment

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Where to Start with Disability Language I think so much of what prevents society and business engaging with disabled people is down to a lack of confidence with the language.  It could seem to an onlooker that the language surrounding disability is complicated and inflammatory and therefore sometimes, easier to avoid having a conversation altogether than potentially making a mistake and… Continue Reading How To Talk About Disability

8 Lessons To Becoming A Confident Business Owner

Esi HardyAccessibility, Attitudes, Business, Communication, Employees, InclusionLeave a Comment

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When developing my confidence as a new business owner, what I found most helpful was the experience that came with time.  As a disabled business owner, there can be added barriers to navigate; sometimes due to perceptions and attitude and other times due to the physical environment (and often, at the same time). These added barriers, along with being a new… Continue Reading 8 Lessons To Becoming A Confident Business Owner

The Workplace & Disability – Mercado Medic – What We Do

Connor BodinAccessibility, Employees, Guest Bloggers, ProductsLeave a Comment

Connor here, UK Account Manager at Mercado Medic UK. I am hoping you may find this article helpful regarding accommodating Disability in the workplace, especially physical conditions that affect mobility around the office. Now from my personal experience with fulfilling workplace assessments for our inclusive seating systems that benefit most, if not all physical disabilities, I find that when it… Continue Reading The Workplace & Disability – Mercado Medic – What We Do

Attracting Disabled Candidates

Esi HardyAccessibility, Attitudes, Communication, Inclusion, Language, RecruitmentLeave a Comment

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The Right Candidate When recruiting for a role, whether that role is paid or voluntary, full-time or part-time, you always want to make sure that you’re getting as much value for money as possible. You want to recruit somebody that will do the job to the best of their ability and support you to grow your project/business in the direction… Continue Reading Attracting Disabled Candidates

Inclusive Design – Designing For All

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Recently I have been experiencing for myself the frustrations faced when going to buy a product. Thinking the product will enhance my independence however, often it has turned out to be inaccessible. With modern technology moving at the rate it is, we should be assuming that accessibility and inclusion in service/product design is a no brainer, but this is not… Continue Reading Inclusive Design – Designing For All