Workplace and Employment

A young woman sits at a desk on the phone smiling. A hand drawn version of the image is on top of it.

Individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities have the right to pursue employment of their choosing but often encounter obstacles in obtaining and keeping meaningful employment. And while employers are encouraged, and often required, to provide the necessary accommodations to ensure that their employees with disabilities can perform their duties as expected, for us to create a more equitable society, it is also important to educate employers on the many ways they can help individuals with disabilities reach their full potential through inclusion and representation.

This topic section aims to provide insights and resources into the many employment barriers and solutions to ensure wholly equal and meaningful employment for individuals with cerebral palsy.

It was determined through this meeting that I would benefit from an iPad Pro. I have difficulty with tracking and seeing small print, therefore this iPad provides me with a large surface to see, write, and review my work.