“Workforces that comprises people of different ages create a more productive and profitable economy and help increase the GDP per capita.”
How to Work on the Invisible Barriers that Prevent People with Disabilities from Having Access to and Remain in Jobs
Removing invisible barriers in the labor world means, mainly, to understand the paradigm shift. “To focus on the abilities of the persons, their potentialities, and be aware of their limits, not to exclude them but to compensate them with the relevant supports.” These words were taken from the Manual of Good Practices Regarding Disability of the Secretary of Management and Employment of the Argentine Republic.
Unicef highlights “the virtual communication and the participation of teenagers in the production of messages addressed to their peers in the initiatives to prevent suicidal behaviors.”
Opposing views still exist on how technology can benefit work inclusion for people with disabilities.