Imagine for a moment that you’re in pain — a lot of pain. No matter how you sit or position yourself, you seem to still be hurting. You spent months on bed rest and now use a wheelchair to get around, but even though it’s progress, the progress is slow. It’s not just the physical pain that’s an issue — your disability has caused you to be emotionally drained, as well.
Most days you’ll find Bryant Millan on the road. As a Workplace Possibilities consultant, Bryant frequently travels to be on-site with the employees of the companies he supports.
When he is not helping employees remain productive and on the job through ergonomic interventions, he is busy with his family. The proud father of two enjoys watching his kids play soccer, football and rugby on the weekends. He even gets in on the action every Sunday in his volleyball league.
Bryant has been with The Standard for two years and previously worked as a vocational rehabilitation developer and as a workers’ compensation counselor. He has been professionally trained to maximize the Workplace Possibilities program and is a seasoned ergonomist. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Coe College and earned his master’s in counseling from California State University, Long Beach.
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When I was introduced to an employee who had been suffering at work from the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s disease, I knew I could help.