Real jobs for people with disability

The majority of people with disability can and should be employed at their personal capacity, that is: sufficient hours to ensure they're a valued member of the team and sufficient pay to lead an independent life.

Social enterprise - the case against

Of the people with disability that I've come across in my 30-year career, only a very few don't have the capacity to work in mainstream workplaces at award wages.

Why not aim high?

Most able-bodied workers aim to work full time. Why is this expectation different for people with a disability?