A program run by the U.S. Social Security Administration can help you find work if you meet the program’s criteria. Read this post to learn more about this fantastic resource.
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Here’s the second in a series of posts on how to persuade the teachers and faculty at your school, or your child’s school, to provide needed assistive technology.
Assistive technology can benefit a student’s education tremendously if they have a disability. Here’s how to persuade teachers and school administrators to provide the equipment some students need to thrive.
New Report: People With Disabilities in the U.S. Experienced Greater Employment Gains in 2023 Than People Without Disabilities
Employment for people with disabilities reached unprecedented milestones in 2023, continuing a remarkable trend.
Do you have a college-bound student with a disability? Here are some important things to think about as they’re preparing to leave home.
Online dating can be a minefield for anyone, but online dating with a disability is especially challenging. Dateability is the first app specifically designed for people with disabilities.
Crucial Tips for Transitioning to College and the Workplace In previous posts here and here, I wrote about a Spina Bifida Association webinar on transitioning to adulthood if you have a disability. The presenters were Matt Davis, the associate director of the Student Accessibility Resource Center at Western Kentucky University, who lives with spina bifida;
In a previous post, I wrote about a Spina Bifida Association webinar on transitioning to adulthood if you live with a disability. Here’s more from this fantastic discussion.
Finding a job if you have a disability is still much harder than it should be because of inaccessible workplaces, hiring discrimination, and other factors. However, a new report holds a glimmer of hope.
The Spina Bifida Association recently hosted a webinar that was full of useful information about transitioning to adulthood if you live with a disability. Read this post to become a more independent adult — now or in the future.