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    More Resources

    Funding your education, job training and AT is critical to finding as well as maintaining employment. In most states, Voc Rehab is the funding source. Below are some links that can be used to locate the resources in your home state.



    Vocational Rehabilitation Offices by State
    http://www.jan.wvu.edu/SBSES/VOCREHAB.HTM

    Disability Resources.org
    http://www.disabilityresources.org
    Click on States, pick the state you want. Each one has a Voc Rehab office listed.

    PA-RC’s State Vocational Rehab offices
    http://www.parac.org/svrp.html

    Acronyms for Voc Rehab Offices
    http://www.netac.rit.edu/publication..._acronyms.html

    WheelchairNet.org’s FactSheet on Vocational Rehabilitation
    http://www.wheelchairnet.org/WCN_Living/Docs/vrs.html

    U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services’ Rehabilitation Services Administration
    http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list...rsa/about.html

    U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program
    http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre/
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    Employment and Work Resources

    Employment and Work Programs for People with Disabilities

    The following excerpt has been taken from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Center website. http://www.paralysis.org/site/c.erJM...__Benefits.htm

    For many years people with disabilities were effectively penalized for taking a job. It was easy to see why such disincentives existed: Any income a person made above the limits set by the government was deducted from his or her benefits and jeopardized the only source of health insurance available to people with long-term health conditions.
    Things have improved, however. Below are details on two Social Security programs designed to encourage people with disabilities to enter the job force without fear of losing health care benefits. One is the Ticket to Work program, the other the Plan to Achieve Self-Sufficiency (PASS).

    To locate more information, use the link to read the entire text.
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