Business as Usual
By Sherry Kozak
Missing Link Productions
Like anyone else, most people with disabilities want to work and, given the right opportunities, are perfectly able to be self-supporting. Yet throughout the world, society's attitudes have often relegated them to menial, poorly paid jobs, or to living on charity. This video brings a unique international perspective to the struggle for equality and independence. In Jamaica, Canada, Kenya and the Philippines, we visit people with physical and mental disabilities who have created, and who now own and operate, successful, profitable businesses which provide employment, income and self-reliance for themselves and others.
Purchase $149.00 VHS
Order No. QA-130
ISBN (VHS) 1-57295-130-3
"Demonstrates that economic independence can be a reality for everyone." NARPPS Journal
Awards & Conference Screenings
One World Film Festival
TASH Media Awards
Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities: These two videos focus on meeting the needs of people with physical and developmental disabilities who have been victims of crime. Note: Audio-described as well as captioned.
Helping Hands: Technology, creativity, and flexibility are the keys to accommodating people with disabilities in the workplace.
To rent or purchase this film, please visit the Icarus Films website