Disability.gov: Connecting the Disability Community to Information & Opportunities

Oct 27, 2011

As a strong advocate for people with disabilities, I want to encourage you to visit and bookmark Disability.gov as a resource.

This federal government website is a one-stop service for disability-related information on programs and services in communities nationwide. Disability.gov offers more than 14,000 resources on topics such as finding a job, getting health care, paying for housing and applying for benefits. The site provides timely information from federal, state and local government agencies, academic institutions and nonprofit organizations.

Visitors can also connect with Disability.gov through Twitter, Facebook or Disability.Blog.

Thank you for sharing this important resource.


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