Disability Inclusion Consulting



What is It?

NEi offers a variety of services targeting the very personal nature of inclusion and disability diversity. Through workshops, evaluation, consultation and speaker series, we will show you the tools to a competitive edge in today’s ever changing industry within an organization. Inclusion workshops are interactive and engaging to the audience and are designed to question the norms and breakdown social stigma toward individual experiences in the workplace. We promote Accessibility and “user”ability in the workplace using organizational, social, and environmental evaluations and solutions to provide accessibility to support the ever-changing relationship between customers, employees and your organization. Our consultants are ready to identify and address: Communication, Policy, environment or occupational modifications necessary to improve the quality of inclusion in the workplace culture and services to the public. Our speaker series will help your business “repaint” the picture on inclusion in the workplace and ultimately in society.


Why is it Beneficial?

An inclusive workplace has a competitive edge on other businesses.

Progressive employers everywhere are learning that businesses inclusive of people with disabilities, benefit from a wider pool of talent, skills and creative business solutions. They’re also recognizing disability diversity as an important way to tap into a growing market, since people with disabilities represent the third largest market segment in the U.S. So by proactively employing individuals with disabilities, businesses can gain a better understanding of how to meet the needs of this important and expanding customer base.

We know that companies who care about the individual experience of employees foster loyalty, communication and dependability in the workplace. An increase of drive and motivation among others through respect of all. Employers gain a sense of awareness of the issues surrounding diversity and inclusion in the workplace.


What to Expect?

The process:

  • Initial meeting to identify goals of the organization
  • Assessment and individuation of services
  • Services Provided
  • Evaluation
  • Follow-up