Inside Outside-IN: a free program tailored to the needs of individuals with invisible and episodic disabilities

By Jessica Geboers

The Outside-IN project was a 1-year initiative designed to support youths, aged 15-29, who self-identify as having an invisible or episodic disability, develop skills that are currently in demand in the workplace. Participants had access to free, moderated online courses and mentorships where they had opportunities to learn about creating accessible word documents, PDFs, closed captioning, and conducting website audits. The Outside-IN courses still run online unmoderated, learn more here: http://outsidein.tigweb.org/.

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"There were so many interesting topics that we covered.... One learns new things everyday and having feedback on the [discussion] Forums was interesting. I feel that seeing other experienced strategies, from different environments and age groups, really helped open new horizons." - SNOW Workshop Participant
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