The Ten Commandments
Of Communicating with People with Disabilities

Forty-nine million people with disabilities purchase over $600 billion goods and services annually. Learning proper etiquette can help your organization avoid losing talented employees and potential customers due to ignorance or awkwardness.

Based on the United Cerebral palsy Association's printed guidelines, this outstanding video uses light-hearted, humorous vignettes to help you learn how to communicate respectfully and sensitively with people who have a wide range of disabilities. Crucial training for anyone who employs, serves, or communicates on a regular basis with people who have disabilities!

Includes suggested uses, written version, handouts and speaker's bio.

Video, 26 minutes, close captioned
Produced by Irene M. Ward & Assoc.
Distributed by Program Development Associates, 1994.

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