Freelancing with a disability: Thoughts on designing an accessible work from home space

For the freelancer working remotely, often from home, is a way of life.  But now, COVID-19 pandemic, in the short-term at least, has thrust more and more workers into this unexpected professional space.  For workers with a disability, this option can offer flexibility that is an advantage by eliminating some of the barriers of the traditional job setting.  But setting the right work environment is important.  This article from Freshhome offers thoughts and advice on how to create at-home work spaces in order to maximize success.  Read the article.

Posted by Sari Pascoe
Sari Pascoe Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Sari Pascoe