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April 30, 2015

How Beneficial Can Professional Mediation Be For Assisting Individuals With Disabilities?
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Disabled Americans in this country have had a long struggle with being recognized that they are viable and useful human beings in this country and they should have and better yet, deserve recognition and accommodations for assisting them to get about in their everyday lives. So why is there a struggle for businesses and employers to recognize these individuals as an important part of our society? When benefits are to be given to these individuals, why is the system (this includes our government), seem to take its time and or ignore the fact that disabled individuals are significant in our society? What part or parts can a Professional Mediator play for assisting these individuals when they have been wronged by an employer and/or by the government. Join me and my guest Reginald C. Campbell for this informative and educational discussion.
Episode Segments:
Put It All on the Table: Mediation and Disablilities
Professional mediation can be a vital part of making sure the disabled, whether they are veterans or ordinary citizen, can function normally in society. This episode will discuss the how's and the why's.
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