Inclusion Training

Educate. Empower. Advocate.

It’s time to be inclusive. But many don’t know how. Remove the awkward barriers and recognize we all belong. With Ablr’s self-paced, online Disability Etiquette course, you can position your organization for better growth and success, and bolster your teams confidence and interpersonal skills with our workplace inclusion training.

Integrate Disability Inclusion
into the core of your organization

In the United States alone, there are 61 million adults with disabilities, and yet those individuals are often excluded from full participation in work and public life. Additionally, organizations that commit to disability inclusion have, on average, 28% higher revenue, double the net income, and 30% higher economic profit margins than their peers. If your business doesn’t have an actionable strategy for disability inclusion, you’re leaving 26% of American adults — and the potential for greater revenue – waiting at the door.

Course Features

Self-Paced & Fully Accessible

This course includes 5 hours of self-paced Disability Inclusion Training content that is fully accessible

Engaging Videos, Quizzes & Downloads

Engaging video discussions, interactive quizzes, slideshows and downloadable documents

Written by Industry Experts

Written by industry experts in the disability community for business leaders, HR professionals, and diversity and inclusion practitioners

Ready to Enroll?

Schedule a consultation with our co-founder Mike Iannelli whether you have questions or are ready to enroll.

What Participants Say

100% of all participants said that others in their organization would benefit from taking this course.

83% of all participants said that there were actionable steps that they could immediately implement.

92% of all participants said that the course was not missing any key topics that they had previously wanted to learn about.

Who’s Training With Us?

Pricing Structure

Corporate Packages

Corporate Packages Starting at $3,000


Enterprise Options Available with Unlimited Seat Licenses

Custom Packages

Custom Offering Available

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Meet the Creators

John Samuel, CEO/Co-Founder of Ablr

John’s focus is on helping organizations be more inclusive by making digital content accessible for people of all abilities. John’s passion for his work is very personal, as he is blind. John wants to make sure the obstacles he has faced are removed for others. His experience includes stints in domestic and international industries over the last 15 years. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Aravind Eye Foundation, the largest eye care provider in the world, and is a public speaker who loves connecting with people and telling impactful stories. John knows no barriers.

Shannon Garner, Senior Accessibility Analys

As a member of the Ablr team, Shannon conducts accessibility testing of digital content using a screen reader. She is also heading up our Accessibility Analyst training initiative. Prior to joining the Ablr team, she spent two years working on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service contract at HP in El Paso, TX. Shannon also received her certification of completion in hospitality and contact centers from The National Statler Center for Careers in Hospitality Service in Buffalo, NY. Shannon earned her Certification in Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) and DHS Trusted Tester Certification.

Susanne Meyer, Employment Analyst

Susanne comes to Ablr from LCI Tech, where she works passionately on disability inclusion. She creates trainings to make workplaces ready to welcome people of all abilities, and consults with companies about the accommodations they need to make. Susanne has many years of personal and professional experience as an ally to the disability community. Susanne has earned earned her ADA Coordinator Certification and the DHS Trusted Tester Certification.

Kim Casey, Director of Accessibility

Kim joins the Ablr team after 19 years with Sendero Group, a company dedicated to finding accessible solutions for independent wayfinding. Kim has authored, and participated on, several federally funded grants totaling over $4 million since 2001 for the development of accessible wayfinding tools. Kim has earned earned her Certification in Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) and the DHS Trusted Tester Certification.