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Disability Events

 


Disability & Employment--Access, Accommodations & the ADA

421 SW 6th Ave., Portland, OR 97214; Commonwealth Building, Steele Room, 5th Floor

Monday, October 30 2017, 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Summary

Panel discussion with community members and city staff on getting accommodation needs met, what employers need to know to be welcoming, and more

Category

Event Types > Community Events

Description

City of Portland Disability Program & Office of Equity and Human Rights
present a lunch & learn panel discussion

Disability & Employment: Accommodations, Access, and the ADA

 4 people in sillouette sitting at a table. Multicolored conversation bubbles are above their heads

*4 seated people in silhouette.
Multicolored conversational bubbles are above their heads* 

Monday, October 30th 2017

11:30-12:30 PM

Commonwealth Building, Steele Room, 5th Floor

Please bring your lunch!  

 

Happy Disability Employment Month! Celebrate by attending this panel discussion with Portland community members and City staff with disabilities as they share tips for getting accommodation needs met, what employers need to know to be welcoming, and more. 

Have questions or need accommodations to be part of this event? 

Call Joanne at (503) 823-9970 or email joanne.johnson@portlandoregon.gov 

 

This venue is wheelchair accessible.

This is a scent-free event. Please refrain from wearing perfumes,
colognes or other scented products.

The Commonwealth Building is between Washington and Stark, near multiple downtown bus and Max lines. Visit www.trimet.org for more information.

 

*Disability Program logo, Office of Equity and Human Rights logo*