Business - InFocus Advocacy

InFocus Business Consultation

Date: 2016-current

InFocus provides assessments and various levels of training for area businesses that want to enhance their employees’ knowledge and skill in providing excellent customer service to patrons with a disability. InFocus consultants, all of whom are impacted by disability, are part of our staff. They provide our team with feedback and assist in training, as part of our business consultation model. Trainings may include increasing business awareness of the number of individuals impacted by a disability, use of people-first language, and creating a welcoming business environment by providing accommodations specifically targeting customer needs (e.g., signage, nonverbal communication, sensory processing, service animals).

 

Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities support inclusion efforts

InFocus® Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director, Dr. Stuart J. Schleien, received the 2017 Brant Taylor Barrier Free Success Award on May 2, 2017 during the Small Business Awards Luncheon. Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn and Sharon Williams presented the award to Dr. Schleien.

(L to R) Greensboro, NC Mayor Nancy Vaughn, Sharon Williams, and Dr. Stuart J. Schleien.

Photo taken by Greensboro Chamber of Commerce

 

Contact InFocus for more information regarding how your business can expand its customer base by welcoming people of all abilities.

 

Proehlific Park, in Greensboro, NC, is the first business to receive a Certificate of InFocus Training. Photos from the certificate presentation and celebration at Proehlific Park are included below.

 

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