Working from home offers a lot of advantages to individuals living with physical or mental disabilities. It removes the need to commute to and from the office each day, which can be physically demanding and emotionally draining. Plus, it usually comes with more flexible hours, which is a huge benefit for those with health issues and can be a boon to work-life balance.
To be a successful remote employee, it’s important to have a home office that promotes productivity, regardless of your physical or mental health. When you have a disability, there are added details you should pay attention to in order to make your work area a safe and comfortable place, and we’re here to help. Our guide discusses how to make your home office more accessible when you have a physical or mental disability. Read more.