Disability and Dignity in Hotel Etico’s Independence Program


Hotel Etico facilitate a world-class training and live-in program for people with disabilities, nurturing them in the transition to open employment and increased independence. 

And their staff help deliver successful holiday experiences to the hotel’s guests. 

Andrea Comastri, Co-founder and CEO at Hotel Etico says: “We are successful because we advocate a fully integrated, non-segregated work setting where people are paid full-award wages, are not isolated, and can build meaningful careers. That’s the founding principle.” 

Here, Andrea gives DCA members unique insights into the program.   

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Hotel Etico Staff

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