TrainingBriefs® I Can Hear You!
eLearning Course

TrainingBriefs® I Can Hear You!

Stereotypes Around Disabilities

New Micro-Learning! People with disabilities live normal, happy lives and most of the time are very independent and self-sufficient. Don’t offend someone by assuming that they cannot do something or that they have to have your help, rather be willing to offer if it is desired. These stereotypes often lead to bias. Embracing our differences… as well accepting each other… are key components to creating a respectful and inclusive workplace where we all want to participate… and stay!

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Understanding Diversity
  • Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging

Learning Objectives

  • Understand which stereotypes about helping someone with a disability can lead to bias.
  • Learn the key components to creating a respectful and inclusive workplace.
  • Understand how embracing our differences are key to a respectful workplace.

Interactivity

  • Audible Narration
  • Integrated Video
  • Interactions and Activities
  • Post-Assessment

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Additional Information

New Micro-Learning! People with disabilities live normal, happy lives and most of the time are very independent and self-sufficient. Don’t offend someone by assuming that they cannot do something or that they have to have your help, rather be willing to offer if it is desired. These stereotypes often lead to bias. Embracing our differences… as well accepting each other… are key components to creating a respectful and inclusive workplace where we all want to participate… and stay!

Part of being respectful of others is offering help - but not getting in someone’s way unless they ask for assistance. When someone has a disability – people can often assume that they have others as well.

Trainer Comments: Part of being respectful of others is offering help - but not getting in someone’s way unless they ask for assistance. When someone has a disability – people can often assume that they have others as well.


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