United Airlines To Train Employees On Intellectual Disabilities
[Source: Disability Scoop]
A major U.S. airline is taking steps to improve travel for people with intellectual disabilities while also eyeing other ways to beef up inclusion.
Chicago-based United Airlines said this week that it will train all of its workers to better understand the needs of people with disabilities.
The training developed with Special Olympics will be aimed at making “traveling a positive experience for individuals with intellectual disabilities,” United said.
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