Homegrown out of Houston, TX (USA), We provide resources that will help you within your own communities, from local to around the globe. Our compassionate advocates are experts in guiding you through and providing resources, which will only assist you through a situation that requires a helping hand.
We advocate for people of all disabilities and specialize in individuals who are Deaf and Hard - of - Hearing and Hearing / Foreign Speaking communities that are in need of communication language access. We encourage all people to know their rights as a populous. Learn your rights within the city, town, or country in which you reside. Understanding your citizen rights will only empower you in educating others to opening the doors for people with disabilities. This empowerment plays a vital role in the world we live in today. Cross-Cultural sensitivity is one's human right in making this world a better place, one community at a time.
If you are a entity that wishes to open the doors for people with disabilities, we applaud you!
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What happens next?
Remember: When a person with a disability walks though your doors who wishes to be a potential consumer, or maybe a future employee, they have a legal right to take part in your service. If there is a communication barrier involved, individuals have rights to an interpreter, for all languages. This includes Sign Language which is just like any other language, but it is a specialty language. As a community and company entity, the entity, must provide reasonable accommodations according to the Americans With Disabilities Act and Reasonable Accommodations Act laws for all entities within the United States. It is the law and with good measure, the right thing to do & provide the services accommodations.
We look forward in collaborating with your organization towards providing diversity in the workplace, developing a loyal patron base, provide a better quality of life for all creeds of cultures, and opening the doors to future employees that will be dedicated to their chosen profession.
Congratulations if you have hired a person with disability! We are here if you need guidance through this process.
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