Empowering Employees with Cognitive Disability with eLearning 

Do you believe people with cognitive impairment can contribute to a company’s bottom line and a country’s GDP? Any inclusion strategy without them has miles to go before reaching the goal. In this article, we explore how people with cognitive disabilities can be empowered to get opportunities in the workplace through eLearning. 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives are key to bridging the skills gap. One cannot talk of an inclusive workplace without recruiting, accepting, and supporting colleagues with cognitive disabilities. Here are a few questions that I have encountered from different quarters.

What is meant by cognitive disability? 

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