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Our value

We are working to remove the fear and stigma of living with chronic illness or disability from the hiring process. We create a tacit understanding between employers and jobseekers: employers who are part of our network believe that people living with chronic illness or disability are capable of being productive employees—and jobseekers who use the platform can feel secure that participating employers care about their success.

Our vision

The unemployment rate for disabled and chronically ill persons is more than double that of non-disabled individuals, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Chronically Capable aims to eliminate this vast gap. Through our ambitions, we hope to provide our community with a sense of purpose, financial independence and security.

Our manifesto

Our team is #ChronicallyCommitted to changing the workplace, for good.

Be dedicated in heart and mind to creating opportunities for the chronically ill and disabled.

Be consistently ethical, genuine, and honest with one another.

Build trust through open communication, always. Be empathetic, listen, and learn.

We are diverse - across the boundaries of gender, race, sexuality, and disability

Female Owned
Disability Owned

Note from our founder

My name is Hannah and I’m a Lyme survivor with deep roots in the chronic illness community, serving as a global ambassador for InvisiYouth Charity, a National Lyme Ambassador, and a frequent panelist at diversity and inclusion conferences.

The idea for Chronically Capable arose after I had to leave my dream job due to the aggressive treatment schedule for Lyme disease that required me to be on an IV for up to 6 hours per day. Although my ambition and intellect were intact, the physical demands of a traditional workplace environment could not co-exist with my life-saving treatment.

In Washington D.C., I met an innovative tech team that was in the process of developing products to support remote organizations, and together we decided to found Chronically Capable to make sure no one ever has to decide between their health and work ambitions again.

The future of work is Chronically Capable, are you?