Kaylie Hill, who suffers from debilitating arthritis, has been able to find remote work more easily, thanks to Covid-19. The ability to work from home is an accommodation that the disability community has been asking about for a long time. One in four adults is disabled and, pre-pandemic, remote work accommodations were limited, as many employers said such a request was unreasonable. Now that entire corporations have been able to pivot to work from home in a matter of weeks, the expectation is that, in the future, this accommodation should be met without resistance. Many people with disabilities have realized that the accommodations that were made for them in the office environment still weren't sufficient. It is hoped that companies also understand that concerns they had around worker efficiency from home are not warranted.

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