by Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D. | March 25, 2020

As a professional speaker and a person who uses a wheelchair, I have a unique perspective regarding disability inclusion.

Since June 1998, I have used a wheelchair because of a spinal cord injury. Meeting professionals need to know what I've learned so that they can better communicate with people who have disabilities - which in turn will help to make meetings and events more accommodating for everyone.

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