Disabled people find it difficult to tell prospective employers about their disability and any accommodations they need, according to the National Center for Disability Services (NCDS), www.ncds.org. You can legally ask the following questions, which disabled job hunters actually want to hear, says NCDS: Is there any specific technology that you've used in previous jobs that assisted your work performance? Provide an example of how you use technology to carry out job duties? Is there a technology that you don't have that would help you perform your duties? Do you foresee your technology needs changing in the future?
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