-- Five Questions Every Worker Should Ask -- A brief questionnaire to
help workers assess how financially prepared they are in the event
of a disability
-- Personal Financial Security Plan -- A tool to help workers understand
their financial lifestyle and available sources of income should they
-- Disability Awareness "Quick Quiz" -- A quiz that tests workers'
general awareness of disability-related facts
-- Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle -- Ways to stay healthy and
reduce your chances of disability
-- Disability Myths and Facts You Need to Know - A fact sheet that
debunks common myths about disability
The site also offers resources specifically for employers, such as internal communications templates, information about wellness programs and statistics on the impact of disability on the workplace.
"With an effective wellness program and good 'disability financial planning' American workers can lessen their odds of experiencing a disability and improve their chances of financial security should a disability strike," says Taylor. "When employers help employees lead personally and financially healthy lifestyles, everyone benefits."
About the Council for Disability Awareness
The Council for Disability Awareness (CDA) is a non-profit group dedicated to helping the American workforce become aware of the growing likelihood of disability and its financial consequences. The CDA engages in communications, research and educational activities that provide information and helpful resources to wage earners, their families, the media, employers and others who are concerned about disability and the impact it can have on wage earners and their families.
|SOURCE The Council for Disability Awareness|
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