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    Diversity & Inclusion: Non-Apparent Disabilities and Accommodations that Support Employees

    Date: March 22, 2012, 11:15am – 2:00pm
    Please make reservations with Christy Tomlinson at 662-5071 or email at no later than Friday, March 16th.
    Confluence Technology Center
    285 Technology Center Way
    $45.00/members, $55.00/non-members (lunch included).
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    P.O. Box 4489
    Wenatchee, WA 98807-4489

    What does it take to support progressive and positive job performance when there is an invisible or non-apparent disability such as learning, attention, other cognitive disorders or PTSD induced by crisis, crime or war?   How do you know the request for accommodation is reasonable and will work? 

    This session addresses the essential diversity and inclusion factors in accommodation development and job performance for both current employees and prospective employees with non-apparent disabilities.  

    Join Nancie Payne for a practical, hands-on approach to maximizing the potential of employees and improving your return on investment! 


    Nancie Payne, Ph.D. is President/CEO of Payne and Associates, Inc. and the Northwest Center for the Advancement of Learning.   She is internationally recognized and well regarded for 35 years of work with adolescents and adults who have non-apparent disabilities.  Through her efforts, Nancie has assisted many in the training and work environments, both private and public.  She is well published on employment and workplace accommodations.  Active at the national, state and local level, she is currently in leadership positions with various associations and networks involved with the study of and support of those with learning disabilities.

    Program submitted for 2 recertification credits.