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8 Online Employment Resources for Persons with Disabilities

Below are several examples of online employment resources designed to assist people with disabilities in the workforce.

1. Our Ability (
View and listen to success stories or post a job or resume. Read about and interact with successful people with disabilities in the education and business world.

2. Accessible Technology for All ( is a project of the ADA National Network geared for the business community. The site provides resources on accessible technology and AT.

3. Workrave (
Free ergonomics software download to prevent Repetive Strain injury while working on your computer.

4. Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN)’s Web page for exploring various accommodation options for people with disabilities in work and educational settings.

5. Employer’s Practical Guide to Reasonable Accommodations (
Covers Americans with Disabilities Act basics and info on reasonable accommodations for applicants, interviewees, current and former employees, and employees on leave.

6. Workplace Accommodation Examples (
Read case studies about successful workplace accommodations and add your own.

7. (
A new self-directed Employment Assistant that is geared for young adults with disabilities seeking to enter the workforce.

8. Solving the Employment Puzzle for Youth with Disabilities (
Customizable, free parent training curriculum that focuses on providing specific
information on various employment systems for persons with disabilities.

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