Barbary Capella Loehr editor
Equal Opportunities Publications
445 Broad Hollow Road suite 425
Melville New York 11747
Dear Barbary Capella Loehr, I have an article idea that a belief would be exciting and be a great fit for your magazine.
The idea is to write a piece on hidden disabilities in society and the workplace and how people with ADHD, Asperger’s and other invisible disabilities with functioning and non-functioning disabilities can find it hard to get permanent work and full-time employment and be misunderstood by society at large.
I have experience writing this kind of content in the past, having worked at a Successful Mindset, which is a consulting company that specialises in understanding hidden disabilities, improving work efficiencies and how to motivate your workforce better.
I also personally have dyslexia and have suffered discrimination in the workplace due to having invisible disabilities.
Because of the nature of dyslexia, I did not enter mainstream education until I was 15 years old, and through the trials and tribulations, I managed to graduate from university.
When I entered the workforce, dyslexia, ADHD and other hidden disabilities and not talked about and are not understood are not seen as a big enough issue or something that needs to be not seen as a negative but seen as something people cannot control and that having these kinds of conditions does not prevent someone from working and being a productive member of society and the team.
The article will be between 1,500 & 2,500 words depending on the size of the article you request me to write. Should the proposal be accepted, if you like me to go into more detail, I’m happy to send off the plan for the paragraphs for the article.
Thank you for your time and consideration of this article proposal. I hope to hear from you soon.
Jonathan Stephen Harry Riley
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