23 Sep

Don’t Break the Bank — Low Cost Accommodations Do Exist!

What do tennis balls, a headlamp, and curtains all have in common? They can all be used as a reasonable accommodation in the workplace. But wait — how can that...

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18 May

Dealing with Stress in the Workplace, Part 2

Everyone deals with stress at work — whether experienced at an onsite setting or while working remotely. Whether it is starting a new job, undertaking a new project, or just...

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06 May

A JAN Interview with Marty Exline from the Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP)

Assistive technology (AT) is often an important component to successful employment outcomes for people with disabilities. Whether low tech or high tech, at JAN we are often sharing information with...

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20 Apr

FAQ: COVID-19 Vaccination and the Americans with Disabilities Act

The availability of authorized COVID-19 vaccines offers hope that America is on the path toward pandemic recovery. Employers are doing their part to boost this recovery by implementing strategies for...

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11 Mar

Long COVID and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Some individuals who had COVID-19 are experiencing ongoing effects or lingering symptoms for months afterward.  The scientific name for this medical condition is Post-acute COVID-19 Syndrome or Long COVID.  If...

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09 Mar

Accommodating Employees with COVID-19 or Long COVID

Employers across the United States are receiving accommodation requests from employees who currently have COVID-19 or who have recovered from COVID-19 but have long-term effects. As a result, JAN receives...

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