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Building and Sustaining Inclusive Workspaces
Aimee Louw

Are you missing the hustle and bustle of a newsroom right now? Or lunchtime chit-chat and impromptu breaks with a colleague? There are some undeniable experiences that we are all going through: organization-wide adaptation in the face of immense changes, increased levels of isolation and “screen fatigue.” For those of us with disabilities there are additional effects of working from home—both positive and negative.

Here are some new ways of understanding office accessibility, for this time where “the office” is in people’s living rooms, bedrooms and home offices. And some practices we can all do to encourage, build and sustain inclusive workspaces.

By Aimee Louw, author and TD fellow on Disability and Inclusion, The Walrus and Jennifer Broydell, attendant and researcher.

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