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Resources for Job Seekers with Disabilities


Discover extensive information regarding people with disabilities, and link to numerous web sites offering resources, services, and technical assistance.

Disability Resources Monthly Regional Resources Directory
Explore comprehensive well-organized information and Internet resources for people with disabilities.

GovBenefits.gov
Use this confidential tool designed to help people find government benefit programs for which they may be eligible.

Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities
Access information about this planning council which is charged with improving public policies that affect people with developmental disabilities and their families.

ABILITY Jobs for Job Seekers
Post a résumé on this site that provides a place where people with disabilities can seek employment.

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)

Link to comprehensive information about employing and retaining workers with disabilities, including resources for job accommodations.

National Organization on Disability
Access current disability-related news as well as a wide range of resources and information about increasing the participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life.

Southeast Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center (Southeast DBTAC)

Learn about this regional center and its resources including, services to promote awareness about the ADA, accessible information technology, and the rights and abilities of people with disabilities.

Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)
Link to this U.S. Department of Labor office which helps increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities through education, training, assistive technology, and awareness programs.

The Work Site
This Social Security Administration (SSA) web site facilitates the employment of beneficiaries with disabilities through partnerships and program innovation.

 
 

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