Skip to main content

News

NextGen Mentoring Community Service Project

NextGen Mentoring Community Service Project

Posted in: News

January 22nd:   As part of National Mentoring Month, Disability IN:  Uinta County will be hosting a Community Service Project.  Participants will make over 200 Valentine Cards for senior citizens. Join us at the B.O.C.E.S. Building in Room #304 from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. on January 22nd.

Continue Reading NextGen Mentoring Community Service Project
Uinta County Business Leadership Network is now Disability:IN Uinta County

Uinta County Business Leadership Network is now Disability:IN Uinta County

Posted in: News

After 20 years helping local businesses become more inclusive of people with disabilities, the Uinta Count Business Leadership Network is changing its name to Disability:IN Uinta County to signal its commitment to creating an economy where people with disabilities participate fully and meaningfully. The name change is part of a larger rebranding effort by the United…

Continue Reading Uinta County Business Leadership Network is now Disability:IN Uinta County

“American’s Workforce: Empowering All”

Posted in: News

20th Annual UCBLN Awards Evanston October 24, 2018 Wednesday Noon – 1:30 p.m. Machine Shop 1440 Main Street Bridger Valley October 25, 2018 Thursday Noon – 1:30 p.m. Heritage Barn, Lyman 44054 Business Loop I-80 20 YEARS of CELEBRATION! Not only are we celebrating 20 years of success, we are rebranding the UCBLN. Get your…

Continue Reading “American’s Workforce: Empowering All”

Inclusive Culture Checklist

Posted in: News

Is your workplace culture inclusive? Take a minute and visit the Inclusive Culture Checklist to assess your organization’s current disability employment policies and practices.

Continue Reading Inclusive Culture Checklist
What is an Inclusive Culture?

What is an Inclusive Culture?

Posted in: News

An inclusive culture involves the full and successful integration of diverse people into a workplace or industry. While an inclusive culture certainly encompasses a commitment to workplace diversity, it is not limited simply too basic representation; it indicates a climate in which respect, equity and positive recognition of differences are all cultivated and the social and institutional response to…

Continue Reading What is an Inclusive Culture?

Cancer In The Workplace

Posted in: News

What Employers Should Know With nearly 14.5 million cancer survivors living in the United States, employment concerns affect the 44% of newly diagnosed cancer patients who are of “working age”. Employers & Managers:  How will this workshop help me do my job better? Understand Your Role Know The Law About Accommodations Make A Plan Understand…

Continue Reading Cancer In The Workplace
Todd Waites – 2014 Keynote Speaker

Todd Waites – 2014 Keynote Speaker

Posted in: News

When adversity, victory, tragedy, triumph, challenge, inspiration and encouragement collide.   We would like to welcome Mr. Todd Waites as our keynote speaker. Mr. Waites is not only a survivor…but a THRIVER. After losing his complete arm and shoulder to cancer at 14, he has made the most of his life and encourages others to do the same. Todd underwent two years…

Continue Reading Todd Waites – 2014 Keynote Speaker

Employment of People with Disabilities

Posted in: News

Recently, I read an article that listed “Myths About Disability Employment”.  I would like to summarize those myths, “posted by” Ian Purdie. Individuals with disabilities do not have the right skills for business. Supports in the workplace will be too costly. Saying the wrong thing in the workplace may upset people with disabilities. Co-workers will…

Continue Reading Employment of People with Disabilities

Wheeling Perils

Posted in: News

By BECKY CRUM – UCBLN & MentorABILITY Steering Committee Member Shopping, attending community events or a stroll through the neighborhood can create havoc for people who use wheelchairs. Anyone who has tripped over an uneven sidewalk can appreciate the fear that many citizens’ with disabilities encounter regularly. People in wheelchairs must find inclined curbs or driveways – putting…

Continue Reading Wheeling Perils

Archives