Faculty/Staff Disability Management

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Workshops, Classes and Training

Notice: The below workshop (Disability Management: Understanding the Process) is for Managers and Supervisors only.


Disability Management:  Understanding the Process (BEUHS550)

Tuesday, 9/10/19; 8:30am-noon 
Tang Ed Center - 1st Floor (2222 Bancroft Way)
Speaker: Mary Kelly, Disability Management

Come and join us for an interactive and informative look into the process of Disability Management. 

This workshop uses scenario-based instruction to teach and reinforce subjects such as the interactive process; essential Job functions; reading and analyzing work status notes; the transition back-to-work and effectiveness of accommodation(s) and its documentation;  applicable state and federal laws; University policy related to disability; as well as, return to work and stay at work programs, to mention a few.

We will move through the process of Disability Management from identification of a possible need to the employee’s return to work or other appropriate role.

We will navigate and become familiar with the process and understand the available resources and when to access them.

 Bring with you your burning questions, and a willingness to engage with peer learners within the workshop. We look forward to meeting you!


Departmental Training

Individualized departmental training tailored around any number of disability management topics. If interested, contact Disability Management.

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