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Posted Jun 01 2009 12:00am

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Job Accommodation Network – Find out what are considered reasonable work accommodations under the ADA for individuals with specific disabilities. There are also many helpful employment-related resources contained in this website.

Social Security Administration – Find out the qualifications that you or your child must have to qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments.

Department of Vocational Rehabilitation – Discover what vocational rehabilitation is and how their services may be able to help you or your child to achieve independence.

EasyStand – A division of Altimate Medical, EasyStand is committed to providing you and your child with a quality standing frame that will increase the quality of life your child experiences.

PediaStaff – A staffing firm for pediatric therapists, PediaStaff is one of the only staffing companies specializing in all therapies and all employment durations.

Designing More Usable Web Sites – Learn how to create and modify your site so that all people may enjoy it and hear what you have to say.

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services – As a division of the US Department of Education, OSERS directs our country’s initiatives to educate and assist individuals with disabilities.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Find out about one of the leading pediatric hospitals in the nation and how they can help you to better care for your child.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – This metro-Atlanta pediatric facility has state-of-the-art technology and staff who are readily available to assist you in caring for your most prized possession, your child.

United Cerebral Palsy – This 501(c)3 non-profit organization focuses on improving the lives of people with disabilities. Visit their website to take advantage of their many resources, participate in their events, and find your local chapter of the organization.



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