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Organization And Program Web Links – Provides information employment and for businesses, adults, youth, dislocated workers, and workforce professionals from U.S. Department of Labor.– This site offers detailed information and hands-on examples of how to make workplaces accessible to everyone, including individuals with hearing- and vision-related disabilities. is a national consulting and employment firm that works with corporations committed to diversity by assisting them with integrating, accommodating and employing the untapped workforce. provides information resources and research about work and disability issues. Employer Assistance Referral Network connects employers who have job vacancies to employment service providers who have direct access to job-ready individuals with disabilities. – Helps businesses and others meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Job Accommodation Network.

“Disability Employment 101: Learn to Tap Your ‘HIRE’ Potential” – a publication developed by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce – includes information about how to find qualified workers with disabilities, how to put disability and employment research into practice and how to model what other businesses have done to successfully integrate individuals with disabilities into the workforce.

Among other things, the 56-page guide provides information regarding department-funded vocational rehabilitation agencies, Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers, and Centers for Independent Living. It also includes checklists and various other resources to aid employers as they prepare to employ people with disabilities.