The Marketing Anthropology Project (MAP), a program of the National Business & Disability Council (NBDC) at The Viscardi Center, is conducting a self-selected sample survey on disability and consumer attitudes and preferences. The survey seeks to better understand consumers whose buying decisions are mostly likely to be influenced by a business’ practices toward individuals with disabilities. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
About The Viscardi Center
Founded by Dr. Henry Viscardi, Jr., who served as disability advisor to eight U.S. presidents and became one of the world’s leading advocates, The Viscardi Center educates, employs and empowers children and adults with disabilities. It provides Pre-K through High School education, school-to-work transition services, vocational training, career counseling and placement, assistive technology, adapted driver education and workforce diversification assistance to children, adolescents and adults with disabilities, and businesses.