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Lunch & Learn: Talk To Your Customers With Disabilities The Right Way

Posted by on January 13, 2014 - 1 Comment

We’ve all walked into a retail store, government office or corporate environment and felt we weren’t receiving the best service. We’ve also had co-workers say inappropriate and/or offensive statements simply because they did not know it was offensive or inappropriate. Both of these situations can create an awkward environment for all involved. For many customers with disabilities these instances occur more often than most of us are willing to admit.

Our Lunch and Learn (Brown Bag) events offer businesses the opportunity to learn the proper way of communicating with customers and co-workers with disabilities. Have questions? Bring them!

What: Lunch and Learn (Brown Bag Event)

Topic: Talk to your customers with disabilities the right way.

When: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 from noon -12:45pm

Where: 824 Dempster Street, Evanston, IL 60202

To RSVP please click here.

Questions? Email Philister@jjslist.com or call 847-869-0000

jjslist.com is a digital marketing and community engagement social enterprise of Search, Inc. that helps businesses incorporate disability-aware marketing, customer service and employment best practices into core business strategies.

NO BOUNDARIES – Train for Work, Train for Life, a Search, Inc. enterprise, is a “first-of-its-kind” experiential on-land and on-line workplace training center for individuals with disabilities.

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Written by Philister Sidigu Philister Sidigu is the Digital Marketing and Community Engagement Manager at JJ’s List. You can find her on FacebookGoogle+, and Twitter.
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1 Comment

Matthew Lachapelle says:
Jan 23, 2014

This is a better way to talk to our bosses and co workers also. When people who comes in to any where like a book store. The people who will learn how to talk to a person who has a *Disability will be great. like for me it is not to hard to talk to my boss and co-workers.

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