DISCLOSURE PLANNING

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Getting expert advice on HOW to disclose and WHAT JOB ACCOMMODATIONS TO ASK FOR, will preserve your work performance and your peace of mind.

Disclosure is optional – it’s not required by law – but it’s recommended at the first sign of your condition impacting your job.

 

Want to learn more? Click the button below to book a free consultation with Trish Robichaud, Disability Inclusion Coach.

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Benefits for Employee

  • Healing of self-image and restored confidence
  • Open dialogue with employer based on trust
  • Accommodations for optimal job performance secured

Benefits for Employer

  • Resolve disruptions with employee performance
  • Avoid onboarding cost to replace employee
  • Established the foundation of a solid relationship with employee

 

Want to learn more? Click the button below to book a free consultation with Trish Robichaud, Disability Inclusion Coach.

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Case Example

Deepak is a bookkeeper with 22 years on the job and he’s recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

SYMPTOMS: The symptoms that are impacting his job are: fatigue, balance issues and numbness & burning in his right leg. For Deepak, mornings are the worst time of day for the fatigue.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Suggested accommodations include the following: For fatigue – Customize his work hours to start and end later with clear scheduled breaks. For balance issues – have him assessed for a cane or walker. And for burning & numbness – elevate the leg as much as possible – maybe change from traditional desk & chair to a reclining work station.

COST: Under $500

DISCLOSURE PLANNING SOLUTIONS
When Your Health Starts Getting in the Way of Your Job

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