BACHELOR'S IN DISABILITY
ABOUT BACHELOR'S IN DISABILITY
Bachelor's in Disability is a team of mostly young adults. We all have some type of disability. All the people on our core advisory board have disabilities. Our ultimate goal is to see the stereotypes that keep people from interacting with people who have disabilities, as well as keeping them out of the workforce, erased.
Bachelor's in Disability's purpose is to Educate Employers, as well as, the general public on the proper treatment of people who have disabilities. We will do this by providing engaging/entertaining "lessons" through articles and brief videos; shared through social media.
WHY WE ARE UNIQUE
We want to start by asking the public what questions they have about people with disabilities.
Then we use those questions as a basis to create videos that have a more serious tone than what has been done before; something we think hasn't been tried yet.
In Stage 1, we want people without disabilities to anonymously send us their questions about disabilities. We greatly encourage those awkward questions that you don't feel comfortable asking someone in-person.
In Stage 2, we will take those questions and turn them into very short videos. Some videos may have a longer blog post attached to them. These videos and blogs will be posted on the blog page, and shared on social media starting January 3rd.
DO YOUR PART
How to help:
New Providence, NJ