What Employers and Politicians Need to Know

The following research may be available as published articles.  Some links lead to  Abstracts with the option to purchase the complete study. However, you may be able to access them as PDFs at no charge on GoogleScholar.com by simply inserting the title listed.  Other journal articles may be accessed with the title, as well as the journal and publication date (provided alongside the Abstract) through your local public library, and/or through a college or university library with which you are associated as a student, alumni, or staff member.

2014

Road to Recovery: Employment and Mental Illness – NAMI – supported employment

2013

DBSA Consumer and Family Survey Center Co-Occurring Conditions Survey – Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

2009

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the Workplace
How to Optimize the Performance of Employees with Adult ADHD – Graziadio Business Review – A Peer Reviewed Journal

2008

Professionals and Managers With Severe Mental Illnesses: Findings From a National SurveyJournal of Nervous and Mental Disease

2007

Infomania: Why we can’t afford to ignore it any longerFirst Monday – openly accessible, peer–reviewed journal on the Internet, solely devoted to the Internet

Be Counted!  Illuminate Mental Diversity at Work.
There is safety (AND strength) in numbers. “All for one, and one for all.”

Suggestions, feedback, comments, and questions welcomed at MindingDiversity@aol.com

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