- Are you a self-diagnosed or situationally disabled Qiwid Career Seeker?
- Are you confused about your next career move?
- Is it difficult to be honest about what makes you uncomfortable at work?
- Is it impossible to imagine a job where you can fit in?
- Do you think you may have an invisible disability?
Learn about yourself, the specific jobs you will enjoy, and how to create your comfortable fit in today’s workplace.
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Our Comfort Career Options Audit includes:
- 3 hours of private virtual Comfort Career Coaching with your personal accredited Harrison Assessment coach
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- Your Harrison Assessment “Your Greatest Strengths” Report
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- 10 Harrison Assessment job-specific “Career Analysis” Reports
Total Investment: $495
Are you a Qiwid, a Qualified Individual with an Invisible Disability? These days, many people are. Use this information about the different types of invisible disabilities to help you decide.
There are four main types of developmental disorders. Many different subsets of disabilities nest under these four main groups; nervous system disabilities, sensory-related disabilities, metabolic disabilities, and degenerative disorders.
Examples of developmental disabilities include autism, ADHD, brain injury, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, intellectual disability, and spina bifida.
Judy Singer, a sociologist who has autism, started using the term “neurodiversity” in the late 1990s. It refers to the concept that certain developmental disorders are normal variations in the brain. There are diagnostic labels used to explain the diverse ways of thinking, learning, processing, and behaving. And people who have these features also have certain strengths.
Examples of Neurodivergent conditions include Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, OCD, and Tourette’s syndrome.
Chronic diseases are defined broadly as conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both.
Examples of chronic disabilities are heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, stroke, pulmonary conditions, asthma, epilepsy, and mental illness.
Situational Disability or Episodic Impairment
An episodic impairment is any disorder characterized by the appearance of symptoms in discrete, often brief, periods or episodes.
Examples of episodic impairments would be depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other trauma and stressor-related disorders. These could be caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, pregnancy, work-related challenges, financial difficulties, family situations, gun violence, or civil unrest.
If you think you may be a Qiwid, want to identify your career options, and fit in comfortably at work, Contact Rich to schedule your free Comfort Career Conversation.