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Virtual Fireside Chats

October 14th, 21st, and 28th from 10:00-11:00

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July 12-15, 2021

2021 Disability:IN Conference


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June 2021 Webinar

Post COVID - The Long Haul



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June 29th 10:00-11:30 CST
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Post COVID- The Long Haul
The Medical and Psychological Aspects of Post COVID-19 Syndrome in the Workplace
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Michael S. Saag, M.D.
Associate Dean for Global Health Director, UAB Center for AIDS Research Professor of Medicine
The Medical Aspects of Post COVID Syndrome
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Professor of Psychology and Physical Therapy, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
Treatment of Brain Fog

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Neuropsychologist, Brain Health and Research Institute
The Psychological Aspects of Post COVID Syndrome

Post Covid-Syndrome in the Workplace, Lets continue the conversation! Learn more about our community of practice at disabilityinalabama.org

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2020 Year in Review



Wishing you the sweetest year!!!
From all of us at disability:IN Alabama
Check out our new Website! 
Our 2020 Disability Employment Summit was a 
huge success! Click here to watch it

The ADA turned 30 in July!
Our partners at the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services have a new virtual disability inclusion training to help your business! To schedule training call 334-293-7156

Stay Tuned!
COVID-19 in the Workplace Conference coming up Spring 2021

www.disabilityinalabama.org All rights reserved Contact Anna Taylor 334-293-7156 anna.taylor@rehab.alabama.gov

September 17, 2020

Alabama Works Virtual Conference



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The first Alabama Works  Virtual Workforce Conference was held September 17th. Disability:IN Alabama had a booth and met several employers around the state! We had fun chatting about inclusion and diversity and how hiring people with disabilities is good for business!

July 2020

The ADA Turned 30!


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July 13-16, 2020

2020 Disability:IN Conference


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2020 Disability:IN Conference
JUly 13th-16th 2020 Now Virtual

January 2020

Medical and Psychological Aspects of

Disability in the Workplace


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The Chamber Leadership Alliance (CLA) is greatly looking forward to our last in-person training of the year in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce from September 28th to the 29th! In this Chamber Leadership Development Program (CLDP), we will highlight our four core competencies: fundraising, grant writing, and access to capital; leadership development and chamber governance; strategic planning and business plan development; as well as administration and sustainability. This training will feature Sam Leal Fouad, Professional Faculty at the University of New Mexico in the Anderson Department of Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurship, complementing our peer-to-peer learning environment. CLDP is dedicated to educating the chamber leaders who support the diverse businesses and entrepreneurs in their communities. CLA is proud to partner with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC), the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), and the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC).  https://www.chamberleadershipalliance.org/news/5sxnyuf6uul3nqcer5oqeczzp93jp6

September 2019

Disability:IN Affiliates meet up at the

Chamber Leadership Alliance in Albuquerque, New Mexico


The third annual Governor’s Job Fair For People With Disabilities welcomed a large crowd of prospective employees to Montgomery’s Multiplex at Cramton Bowl Thursday, Oct. 3. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, along with several state agencies and industries, stressed the importance of providing opportunities for people with disabilities.

October 2019

Governor's Job Fair for People with Disabilities


Members of Disability:IN Alabama enjoyed the national conference held in Chicago, IL July 15-18. During the conference, affiliates got to share best practices, new branding material, lessons learned and lots of hugs! This conference is one of the highlights of the year for Disability:IN!

July 2019

Disability:IN Hosts

National Conference in Chicago


:IN for Inclusion 
Annual Conference & Expo
July 15-18m 2019, Chicago

The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and Montgomery Area Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities and Disability:IN Alabama invited other state agencies and friends to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act Thursday, July 25. The group gathered in the fourth-floor conference room of the ADRS 560 S. Lawrence St. building to celebrate this important day in history. The event was also sponsored by GOOD, Central Alabama Veterans Health Care Services, and the Alabama Department of Public Health.

July 2019


29th anniversary celebration


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DATE:  APRIL 16, 2019

DESCRIPTION: Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are internal organizational structures designed to address the unique needs and issues of today's diverse workforce. Also known as Affinity Groups or Business Resource Groups (BRGs), they are found in 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies and are gaining additional business support across the country. These groups offer employees an opportunity to network, address common issues and concerns, and receive support from those who share similar backgrounds, experiences, or interests.This webinar will review different models, the benefits of implementing resource groups, and use EARN's Toolkit for Establishing and Maintaining Successful Employee Resource Groups to help interested employers to prepare to launch their first group or graft in new practices to current groups.TRAINER:  Derek Shields, EARN Consultant

April 2019

Establishing and Maintaining Successful

Disability Employee Resource Groups


Download: EARN ERG Toolkit (1).pdf

March 2019

Medical and Psychological Aspects of

Disability in the Workplace


Medical and Psychological Aspects of Disability in the Workplace
March 21, 2019
Trussville Civic Center

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January 2018

Disability:IN Alabama and Readi-Net  provide Medial Aspects of Disability Training for employers


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January 2018

Medical and Psychological Aspects of

Disability in the Workplace


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January 25, 2018
Trussville Civic Center