Webinar: Your ADA Rights at Work

Webinar: Your ADA Rights at Work

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Your ADA Rights at Work

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As you enter the job market and begin looking for work, it’s important to know the ways you as a person with a disability are protected at the workplace. Join us as we discuss the ADA and how it protects us when seeking employment and on the job.

*This training is presented from a peer perspective by people who have lived experience with mental disabilities.*

Live Caption and ASL Interpreter Available

About the webinar:

As people with disabilities entering the workforce, it’s essential we understand the rights and resources available to us. From the interview process to employment, there are many ways we can advocate for ourselves. Join us as we discuss the ADA and ways to find information on the types of accommodations you can ask for and how to file a complaint if your accommodation request is denied.

Please join us as we discuss:

  • Title I of the ADA
  • Job Accommodations
  • Requesting an accommodation
  • How to file a complaint


Claire Haider (they/them/theirs) is a hearing person with lived experience navigating the mental health system. Having known American Sign Language for fifteen years, Claire’s previous employers over the last five years include a local Deaf access non-profit and a Deaf-owned employment development company.


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