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.

Read the full story on NorthstarMeetingsGroup.com for three things to consider to make your meetings more inclusive.