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Employees with Disabilities

14 Weeks to a Healthier You

This free, personalized, web-based physical activity and nutrition program from the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability is designed for individuals with mobility limitations, chronic health conditions and physical disabilities.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Checklist for Readily Achievable Barrier Removal

This checklist from the New England ADA Center helps businesses accommodate employees with disabilities through measures such as ensuring an accessible approach and entrance.

Champions Rx

Available through the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability, this is a high-intensity daily workout program for individuals with disabilities who are currently active.

A Culture of Inclusion in Worksite Wellness

This online article by the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability contains inclusive worksite wellness tips.

Deskercise! 20 Ways to Get Moving While you Work!

This is an illustrated online exercise guide from the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability.

Inclusive Worksite Wellness Assessment

This writable PDF provides ten questions to help assess the extent to which employees with disabilities can participate in worksite wellness activities.

Poster: Have you gone for a walk, roll or jog today?

This poster promoting physical activity is inclusive of employees in wheelchairs.

Poster: Move more… sitting or standing

This poster promoting physical activity is inclusive of employees with physical disabilities.

Removing Barriers: Planning Meetings that are Accessible to All Participants

This booklet discusses how to make smaller-sized meetings, such as worksite wellness committee meetings, accessible to people with disabilities and limitations. Limited quantities are available from the North Carolina Office on Disability and Health. To order, contact Danielle Matula at 919-707-5633.

Removing Barriers to Health Clubs and Fitness Facilities: A Guide for Accommodating All Members, Including People with Disabilities and Older Adults

This booklet is available from the North Carolina Office on Disability and Health. To order copies, contact Danielle Matula at 919-707-5633.

What is a Pedometer and How Can I Benefit from Using One?

This online article by the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability discusses how a worker with a disability can use a pedometer while in a wheelchair.


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