The ATOU Dark Meal and the Spirit of Inclusion provide disability-etiquette training in two unique ways. Participants acquire skills to more easily and comfortably interact with individuals with disabilities including: blindness, deafness, paralysis, loss of limb, and autism spectrum disorder. The training is facilitated by ATOU Board member, Darlene O’Brien, who lost her sight in 1998 and has dedicated herself to demonstrating that all people with or without disabilities, deserve the same considerations and opportunities found through social interaction and competitive employment.
Spirit of Inclusion
A hands on disability awareness training for businesses, government agencies, and other adult groups including disability etiquette and reasonable accommodations.
Through a meal without sight, this “eye opening” experience provides individuals with disability etiquette training in fun and unique way.