Introducing Club Capable
As you may know, we launched our State of Work Survey in Fall 2020 to learn about how we could best serve you and the broader chronically ill/ disabled community. We received hundreds of responses 🤯 (wow, our community is awesome!!)
Over 80% of our community asked for a network of like-minded professionals. So, we decided to bring that network to you!
Club Capable was designed to be a space for discovering and connecting with others in our community. Club Capable is the first community designed for chronically ill and disabled professionals to get advice, seek help navigating a job search, and access exclusive events and resources.
Why you should join us:
- Make friends who “get it”
- Access curated resources, news, events, and career advice
- Be the first to view new job postings
- Get daily support to thrive in your career
- and so much more!
Best of all? It's FREE for Chronically Capable members! To get started, simply login to your Chronically Capable account and click the "Club Capable" tab in your dashboard.
While many of us know the benefits of closed captions, many Zoom users still have not enabled closed captions. While this used to only be offer to 'paid' Zoom accounts, the company announced earlier this year that closed captions would be available to all Zoom users, regardless of plan type.
The following events are offered free to our community. We built Chronically Capable to be accessible for everyone, but we know that accessibility is an ongoing process. All events will be virtual and include Live Closed Captions for all attendees.
Interviews are stressful for everyone! We all get the pre-interview jitters and second guess ourselves. Being prepared is key! We hope the below tips will equip you to ace your next interview and can provide you with a fresh sense of hope.
In this 8 week class series, Noa Porten, a meditation and mindfulness teacher in training living with chronic illness, will demystify meditation and mindfulness with accessible practices that can serve as tools for living and working alongside chronic illness.
Chronically Capable's website and digital assets are not only fully compliant with the ADA but are elevated to the worldwide standards of WCAG.
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Flatiron School to provide opportunities for chronically ill and disabled professionals to build a career in tech.
Chronically Capable is excited to announce our new partnership with IndeCollective: The Modern MBA, for the Modern Independent Worker.
Disability is diverse. Just because someone may not appear to be disabled at first glance does not mean that an individual may be disabled / chronically ill.