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Disabled Work from Home: 10 Tips for Maximizing Your Time


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Disabled Work from Home: 10 Tips for Maximizing Your Time

If you're disabled, you face plenty of challenges throughout your daily life.

Even t...

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The 8 Best Jobs for People with a Partial Disability


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The 8 Best Jobs for People with a Partial Disability

18.6 million disabled people from ages 16-64 are working. 

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The Ticket to Work Program: A Complete Overview and Guide


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The Ticket to Work Program: A Complete Overview and Guide

According to 2018 research reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four U.S. adults lives with some type of disability. Disabil...

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10 Employment Opportunities for Those with Degenerative Joint Disease


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Degenerative joint disease affects many Americans and their employment prospects. Did you know that roughly 27 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis, one form of degenerative joint disease?

For some, their degenerative joint disease is so severe that they consider claiming social security dis...

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An FAQ About ADA Service Dog Registration


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Chances are you have encountered service animals before, maybe helping a blind person or assisting a veteran with PTSD. These dogs help people who have physical or emotional disabilities to successfully navigate the world around them. As such, they are an absolute boon to their companions, who would otherwise live with a much lower quality of life -- or whose life might be in grave danger.

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