This interactive tool is designed for youth and young adults with rheumatic health conditions such as juvenile arthritis or lupus as they begin their working lives. It is designed to help them identify and address the unique challenges they may face when looking for work, already working or unable to work due to their health condition.
This resource, developed by the Arthritis Society in collaboration with the ACED partnership, helps employees think through some of the key considerations when deciding whether to disclose their needs for support at work.
This resource, developed by the Arthritis Society in collaboration with the ACED partnership, helps employees with arthritis plan a conversation with the right person in their organization about workplace needs as they relate to their health condition.
This tool provides a high-level overview of the process for accommodating workers with arthritis. It briefly describes a three-step accommodation process and shares ideas about potential accommodations in five areas: scheduling, job duties, physical work environment, assistive devices, and policies and procedures.
Supporting Employee Success is a tool that helps inform the development of an effective workplace plan between the employer and employee. It can be used on its own, or as part of an existing approach to support an employee’s accommodation need. It includes ideas intended to be no-cost or low-cost to implement. Most require a small investment of time and/or a change in communication approach.