This study is being conducted by Stacy Rademacher, a graduate student, under the supervision of Dr. Shengli Dong from the Department of Education at Florida State University. We are looking for individuals with disabilities who have made decisions about asking for accommodations in the workplace.
Those who are interested in participating are invited to share their perceptions on job accommodations requests through (a) answering a few questions about themselves and the organization that they are working with, and (b) completing a few measures on their ability to request accommodations, as well as on their feelings and emotions in the process of requesting accommodations. This survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and has been approved by the Internal Review Board at Florida State University.
Individuals who choose to complete the survey will be eligible to enter a lottery and have a chance to win 1 of 4 $25 amazon gift cards. In addition, they will be assisting us to learn more about how to improve the job accommodation process.
If you are an individual with a disability (18 years of age or older), and have had a need for an accommodation in your workplace within the past three months, please click the link below to get more information and to get started.
If you have any questions about the research study itself or need alternative formats of the survey, you can contact Stacy Rademacher by email at email@example.com.
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Our ADA Transportation Workshop on December 1, 2015 is full. We have reached maximum capacity for the room we reserved at the Worthington Library. Anyone still wishing to register for this workshop will be added to a wait list. If another registrant cancels we will pull from the wait list. More than likely we will be creating another workshop to repeat this training and we will then give persons on the wait list first opportunity to register.
Please contact Derek Mortland to inquire further firstname.lastname@example.org 614-575-8055
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