Sheltered workshops are vestiges of the past and should be reformed or abolished.
By Carol Glazer, President of the National Organization on Disability
Consider this: Businesses in regions with the lowest unemployment rates employ disproportionate numbers of workers with disabilities .
The implication? People with disabilities are more than capable, they're just not companies' first, second, or even third choice. But when employers need talent, they give new people a chance. And when given the chance, people with disabilities succeed.