Individuals with Disabilities

Personal biases and assumptions, learned from childhood, interrupt our natural capability to work and live together harmoniously.  These, embedded over time in the conscious can create barriers to trust and effective communication among individuals. It is, therefore, critical to provide individuals with the opportunity to explore their personal biases and assumptions and to develop skills for managing them in the workplace, maneuvering through work relationships.


Every member of an organization, regardless of their status and position, has a shared opportunity, and responsibility, to contribute to a  respectful and culturally competent work environment. A culturally competent workplace enhances employee productivity and create an organization of success.


IA's goals are to assist organization as they strive to create an appreciation for the importance of inclusion in a society that values the contribution of all its citizens by offering IPB that raise awareness about reasonable accommodations, recruiting and retaining individuals with disabilities. 

At Interactive Advocacy (IA) we use interactive performance based (IPB) theater, both scripted and impromptu sessions, in an effort to engage our audience and foster dialogue; to implement solutions that create a culture of care.

"Cultural change is a collective effort that requires progressive movement, and not just mandate"
 - Tanya O. Jones
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