Accommodating and Communicating about Episodic Disabilities (ACED)
A research partnership to support the sustained employment of people with intermittent, chronic health conditions
The Job Demands and Accommodation Planning Tool (JDAPT) provides workers with practical support and accommodation ideas that are relevant to an individual’s job demands. It was developed and tested by research experts, people living with disabilities, community groups and workplace organizations.Learn more
Explore the site
Find out what ACED is all about—why it’s needed, who it’s for and what it hopes to accomplish. And learn what ACED means by “episodic disabilities.”
Read about the development of the toolkit at the heart of ACED, as well as the workplace tools available from our partners that incorporate ACED expertise.
Meet the ACED project team, which includes Institute for Work & Health researchers, other academics, and representatives of organizations serving people with episodic disabilities.
Find out how you can get involved with ACED, from pilot testing a tool or resource to taking part in a survey about work and episodic disabilities.