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Duty to accommodate

Employers and service providers have an obligation to adjust rules, policies or practices to enable individuals with a disability to participate fully. The duty to accommodate means that sometimes it is necessary to treat someone differently in order to prevent or reduce discrimination.

Inclusion In relation to persons with disabilities, inclusion is defined as including individuals with disabilities in everyday activities and ensuring they have access to resources and opportunities in ways that are similar to their non-disabled peers.

Inclusive Design Design of workplace factors such as: physical spaces, cognitive task workflows, communication pathways, and resources, that considers the full range of human diversity with respect to ability, language, culture, gender, age and other forms of human difference.