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Disability.gov’s Guide to Employment

April 22, 2015 in Community News

 

Finding a job can be challenging, especially if you are just starting your career or have been out of work for a while. Fortunately, there are many programs and services available that connect people with disabilities to employment services that offer job training and help finding employment. Be sure to check out Disability.Blog’s employment related posts to learn about topics such as working from home and read the stories of people with disabilities who have made great strides in the workplace. And remember, it’s your ability, not your disability, that matters.

Disability.gov’s Employment section offers a broad range of resources about finding a job. In addition, we have developed this guide to connect you with programs, services, government agencies and organizations that can help you find information about career planning and job trainingemployment laws and regulations and job accommodations and supports.

For information about starting or growing a small business, visit Disability.gov’s Guide to Self-Employment & Starting a Small Business.

SEE ALL RESOURCES > Goto Disability.gov’s Guide to Employment – https://www.disability.gov/resource/disability-govs-guide-employment/

 

 

Update: Many Children’s Television Programs Now Accessible

March 25, 2015 in Community News

 

 

Disability.gov Update: Many Children’s Television Programs Now Accessible for Students with Visual or Hearing Disabilities

Many Children’s Television Programs Now Accessible for Students with Visual or Hearing Disabilities

The U.S. Department of Education has made dozens of children’s television programs available online for students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing. The shows include closed captioning and video descriptions and can be viewed for free through the Department’s Accessible Television Portal project. Available shows include “Magic School Bus” and “Bill Nye the Science Guy.” This project is part of the Described and Captioned Media Program.

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