Educational options are available to help people with intellectual disabilities become as independent as possible. Life skills programs educate students on skills such as effective time management, social skills, personal hygiene, career exploration, situational awareness and money management.…Click to read more…
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Finding a job when you have a disability – whether the disability is from birth or an accident is an overwhelming experience. There is so much to consider. Can the person physically work? Mentally are they up to the task? And financially can they do it especially if that means losing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)? Fortunately, there is a program called Ticket To Work and it solely exists for situations like these! The Ticket To Work program helps people with disabilities between the ages from 18 to 64 prepare for and enter the workforce. This can include defining job skills, preparing for interviews, and preparing for work life.…Click to read more…
Many companies will hire people with disabilities to be more socially responsible, but did you know this hiring practice can also boost your business’s bottom line?
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