Access Means Business
At LINC, access literally means business. The ability to hire employees with disabilities can strengthen and diversify Idaho businesses. For individuals with disabilities, the ability to secure and maintain employment can mean greater access to opportunities and a higher quality of life. Most important, it means being able to live independently in your own home and community. The economic impact of disability is real. As individuals with disabilities, we travel, shop, and recreate with friends, family, and coworkers. In the US alone, adults with disabilities have a total disposable income of $490 billion. Globally, that's $1.9 trillion.
As a Center for Independent Living, we support local businesses to be more accessible and welcoming to individuals with disabilities. Some of the services and support we can provide include:
Technical assessments of accessibility of facilities, programs, and services
Disability etiquette training
Support providing an ADA accommodation
For Employees & Job Seekers
For individuals with disabilities who are currently employed or seeking employment, we can support you in several ways, including:
Pre-employment skills training
Setting up an ABLE account
Self-Advocacy and Leadership Training
Support requesting a reasonable accommodation
For additional resources on disability and employment, check out the Job Accommodation Network (JAN).
If you have a question or need more information, call LeAnn Naillon at (208) 336-3335 ext. 214 or email email@example.com.