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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

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At Disability:IN, we’re offering timely resources for businesses regarding the intersection of COVID-19, the workforce & disability inclusion. Learn More

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Who Surrounds You?

Who Surrounds You?

We become who we surround ourselves with. Who are you surrounded by?  So I want to ask you something. Who and what do you surround yourself with? Do you surround yourself with people that bring out the good in you, and with the things that you enjoy doing? Or do you surround yourself with people…

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Say Goodbye To The        “Negative Nellies”

Say Goodbye To The “Negative Nellies”

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Everyone has those colleagues who are constantly in turmoil or have serious drama, the ones who will never manage to elevate themselves. Far worse is that they can’t help but try to bring you down right along with them. Life is hard enough – we don’t always win, and there will always be obstacles and…

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Disability Month 2020

Disability Month 2020

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Join Mayor Williams as he signs a proclamation declaring March as Disability Awareness Month. March 4, 2020 – 1:30 to 2:00 p.m. Evanston City Hall – Court Room 1200 Main Street RSVP to director@di-ucw.org Refreshments Served Celebration of People of ALL Abilities Download Flyer

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Surround Yourself With Good People

Surround Yourself With Good People

Who Is In Your Circle? Keeping good company: Why you should surround yourself with good people?  Keeping good company: Why you should surround yourself with good people? People have a huge impact on your life. Some people can be parasites. So what makes someone a “good” person to spend time with? And what are the benefits of surrounding yourself with these…

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The Power Of Words

The Power Of Words

Why do words matter?  Example: If I tell you this hamburger is 80 percent lean as opposed to 20 percent fat, then in some sense I am communicating the same thing. But what people get from those two communications is very different: People perceive the 80 percent lean hamburger as much healthier than the 20…

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