NO LIMITS MEDIA

A World Of Opportunities

A World Of Opportunities

No Limits Media is dedicated to helping all people with different abilities (known as disabilities) to live
lives of opportunity and achievement through a variety of initiatives, including films, videos, podcasts, television, web, documentaries, art exhibits, and educational curriculum.

No Limits Media is dedicated to helping all people with different abilities (known as disabilities) to live lives of opportunity and achievement through a variety of initiatives, including films, videos, podcasts, television, web, documentaries, art exhibits, and educational curriculum.

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Inclusion At Work Podcast

We’re podcasting with differently-abled individuals to learn about their life, their passions, and how their disability has enabled them to carve their own unique path in this world.

Have something valuable to share? Interested in being interviewed by our host and founder, Larry Rothstein?

Let us know!

INCLUSION AT WORK

– a groundbreaking four-part series that aired on Bloomberg Television to help people with disabilities get jobs. This is the first series in television history to be entirely created, hosted, produced, edited and scored by people with disabilities.

Season 1 featured:

  • U.S. Senator from Illinois, Tammy Duckworth

  • Paralympic Hall of Fame Athlete, Chris Waddell

  • Writer/producer for ABC’s The Good Doctor, David Renaud, M.D.
  • Award winning podcaster and Special Olympics champion Daniel Smrokowski
  • Disability rights activist, film producer, and Chairman of the Special Olympics Timothy Perry Shriver
  • Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Scott Beth, Intuit

  • Executive Vice President, Thomas Harris, Penn Mutual
Watch on YouTube

Season Two of Inclusion at Work will air this October on Bloomberg Television

Tammy Duckworth

U.S. Senator from Illinois

Chris Waddell

Paralympic Hall of Fame Athlete

Why is our work so important?

More than 20% of the American population has a disability, this includes 20% of African Americans.

Source: CDC

  • Mobility: 13.7% have serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs

  • Cognition: 10.8% have serious difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions

  • Independent Living: 6.8% have difficulty doing errands alone

  • Hearing: 5.9% have deafness or serious difficulty hearing

  • Vision: 4.6% have blindness or serious difficulty seeing

  • Self-care: 3.7% have difficulty dressing or bathing

Take a look at the Disability Equality Index (DEI), a comprehensive benchmarking tool for disability inclusion in business.

2021 Trends and Gaps

Companies fulfilling their pledge

Those taking action to fulfill their pledge to increase access & employment for people with different abilities:

Do you know of a person or organization that you think should be added to our list?

Let us know!

Partnership & Sponsorship

We’re exploring partnerships with influencers and corporations passionate about increasing access and employment for differently-abled individuals.

Are you interested in:

  • Advertising your products or services through our media
  • Interviewing with us as a feature of our podcast or documentary TV Series: Inclusion at Work Season 2
  • Getting paid to shout us out on your own relevant social channels!

We’d love to explore working with you!

Let us know!

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