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Unseen But Heard: State Solutions for Non-Visible Disabilities in the Workplace

Synopsis: On the latest podcast episode, policymakers discuss helping people with invisible disabilities and enhancing the lives of those with disability.1

Author: OSUCHLUCK Productions2 Contact: osuchluck.com

Published: 2019-02-21 Updated: 2019-03-02

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The national non-profit, Women In Government has partnered with the State Exchange on Employment and Disability or (SEED) Initiative to launch a podcast about enhancing the lives of those with disabilities. On the latest episode, policymakers discuss helping people with "invisible disabilities," those that go undetected by the naked eye.

Unseen But Heard: State Solutions for Non-Visible Disabilities in the Workplace

Only 4 out of 10 working-age adults with disabilities have a job.

Less than three years ago the employment percentage was more than double for those without disabilities, with more than 75% of people in the workforce. This gap needs to be addressed and policies need to be developed to help improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities.

That's why the national non-profit Women in Government has partnered with the State Exchange on Employment and Disability or (SEED) Initiative to launch a podcast about enhancing the lives of those with disabilities.

On the latest episode, a panel of policymakers discuss helping people with "invisible disabilities", those that go undetected by the naked eye.

Listeners join Moderator and Hawaii State Representative, Lauren Matsumoto, as she asks important questions and finds out what our states leaders are doing to help people with invisible!e disabilities get back into the workforce and continue to succeed and thrive in their jobs.

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Women in Government has provided leadership opportunities networking, expert forums, and educational resources for more than 30 years on policy issues such as health-care, education, energy, the environment, transportation, and more.

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Women In Government Podcast: Unseen But Heard: State Solutions for Non-Visible Disabilities in the Workplace
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Cite Page: Journal: Disabled World. Language: English (U.S.). Author: OSUCHLUCK Productions. Electronic Publication Date: 2019-02-21. Last Revised Date: 2019-03-02. Reference Title: Unseen But Heard: State Solutions for Non-Visible Disabilities in the Workplace, Source: <a href=https://www.disabled-world.com/communication/podcasts/osuchluck.php>Unseen But Heard: State Solutions for Non-Visible Disabilities in the Workplace</a>. Abstract: On the latest podcast episode, policymakers discuss helping people with invisible disabilities and enhancing the lives of those with disability. Retrieved 2021-02-28, from https://www.disabled-world.com/communication/podcasts/osuchluck.php - Reference Category Number: DW#519-13654.