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Corporate Training


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EPIC provides training and consulting for employers to educate themselves about ableism and to learn how to successfully include individuals with disabilities in their workplaces.

Our programs are customizable and suitable for all. Whether you are a team of executives, managers, recruiters, or diversity professionals, EPIC can help you create a solid foundation for disability inclusion

Our trainings cover topics like understanding disability, examining ableism, inclusive practices, reasonable accommodations, and more.

Why include Ableism & Disability in your DEI initiatives?


  • People with disabilities make up 26% of the population, the largest minority group in the United States.

  • However, the majority of DEI programs DO NOT include Disability and Ableism.

  • This leads to bias and discrimination in the workplace and disabled employees not feeling safe to seek the supports necessary to thrive in their positions. 


An info graphic with the following stats: 1 in 4 Adults has a disability, 96% of DEI Programs Do Not Include Disability, 76% of employees hide their disability at work

Everybody wins with Disability Inclusion

  • Workplaces that embrace disability inclusion initiatives gain access to a talent pool of more than 10 million people, the largest untapped group of job seekers in the country.

  • Inclusive working environments for disabled employees have a lower staff turnover, increased performance, and, on average higher revenues.  

An info graphic that has the following stats: Gain access to 10+ million untapped job seekers, 30% lower staff turnover, 28% higher revenue

Meet Some of Our Past Training Clients

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By partnering with EPIC to meet your training needs, you will be supporting youth with disabilities across Massachusetts.

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