There are many disabilities that a Receptionist will come across when working at the front desk.
Many disabilities are not visible – but are still there. Ensure your staff are aware of the various disabilities and how to deal with them in the most appropriate way.
Many organisations would only be too happy to come along and talk at one of your staff meetings to explain about Disability Awareness and how to help those affected.
- Wheelchair Users http://t.co/bFKfMuug
- Disability Awareness and Signs http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-4b
- Helping Patients With Learning Disabilities http://t.co/j79NnPjn
- Safely Evacuating People With A Disability http://t.co/8InnNzSl:
Visually Impaired http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-6D
- How To Identify People that Have Difficulties Reading and Writing. http://t.co/BpIJGVWZ
- Dealing with People That Have A Stammer http://t.co/heDNIzgV
- Communicating Tips for the Hard of Hearing. http://t.co/f4dsxW32
- The Reception Desk http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-kp
- Patients with Dyslexia http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-sI
- The Sunshine Patient http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-te
- A Training Session with the Disabled http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-ub
- Training Feedback http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-ue
- Signposting – Have you got it right? http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-uG
- When Love Shines Through #LivingWithDementia http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-vr
- Dementia and the Carer #DementiaAwarenessWeek http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-vv
- Its Not Always About The Patient #Dementia #Carer http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-xR
- Help I’m Confused #Bupa #LivingWithDementia #CardGame http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-yt
- Disability Awareness #Receptionists Training http://wp.me/p1zPRQ-AU