VOLUNTEER

Hiring someone with IDD can be an incredibly rewarding, not to mention smart, business decision. They are usually reliable, productive and energetic workers who can bring diversity and new perspectives to your team. Research has shown that they are less likely to take sick days, less likely to be in work-related accidents and can excel in certain tasks where others can’t or won’t.

If you’re unsure about how hiring a person with IDD would help your business, check out our FAQ sheet with everything you need to know.

Angelwood, Inc.
Assists families in caring for the special needs of their loved ones through a variety of programs suited to individualized goals

Angelwood, Inc.
Assists families in caring for the special needs of their loved ones through a variety of programs suited to individualized goals

Angelwood, Inc.
Assists families in caring for the special needs of their loved ones through a variety of programs suited to individualized goals

Connect

How Can I Connect?

People with IDDs can form strong personal connections like anyone else, but many people feel nervous about or don’t know how to approach them. When you do take the time to connect with a person with IDD, you’ll likely have a rewarding experience.

If you’re ready to connect with people with IDDs, read our Approachability fact sheet for tips on how to start a conversation

link to Approachability Fact Sheet