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Many people with disabilities want to work, but face barriers: discrimination, inaccessible work places, insufficient adaptive technologies, inflexible job duties, unavailable services to prepare for work, and, if hired, loss of essential benefits and medical insurance that can not be replaced by working incomes. Disability Rights Ohio offers information, publications, referrals, advocacy, legal counsel and representation to assist people with disabilities to prepare for, to enter, and to remain in the work place.

Disability Rights Ohio employment programs and resources

Benefits Counseling (Work Incentives Planning and Assistance Program, or WIPA)

Client Assistance Program (CAP)

Employment: You Have the Legal Right of Way

Employment: Requesting Reasonable Accommodations at Work

Community Integration: Getting Help from ODJFS When You Have a Disability

Employment: Social Security (SSI) Work Incentives at a Glance

Employment: Social Security Disability (SSDI) Work Incentives at a Glance

Employment Discrimination: Rights and Remedies for People With Disabilities

Frequently Asked Questions: Vocational Rehabilitation Services and Appeals

Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities

Employment: Mental Disabilities and the ADA

Ticket to Work

Employment: Vocational Services and Programs Available in Ohio through the Rehabilitation Act

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