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Adult Autism — Information about services, resources, and supports for people with disabilities as they make the transition from childhood to adult life.
Benefits - Important information and support for disability beneficiaries, employers, service providers, advocates and others whose goal is to help those persons with disabilities work.
Career Exploration and Job Searching - Valuable recent general labor market information and occupation research to improve work conditions, and advancing opportunities for profitable employment. Also access information on job duties, wages, required training, job openings, information about potential employers, unions, professional associations, and sources for continuing education. Reach many employers in a wider geographical area without the inconvenience or expense of a traditional job search.
- Federal Schedule A - Needed for jobs with the Federal Government
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) - If you are looking for a job as an IHSS caregiver, contact the local Public Authority and follow their instructions on how to be included on the Registry.
Related Law - Excellent Web Sites on labor laws and their application that affect day-to-day work.
State of California - Links to important State of California government websites.
A Systemic Approach to Arming Students and Job Seekers With Disabilities and Their Advocates In Securing Meaningful Employment (Rich Text Format) - A very informative article, with resources, by Olegario D. Cantos VII, Esq., Special Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice.
Talent Knows No Limits - A project of the California Health Incentives Improvement Project (CHIIP), the Talent Knows No Limits (TKNL) public information campaign serves to spread awareness of the myriad of services and resources available to the disabled job-seeking community; as well as to employers that can benefit from this valuable labor pool. TKNL also strives to break barriers and to address misconceptions about the employability of people with disabilities.
Training Programs and Colleges - Possible vocational training programs and colleges to assist individuals with disabilities to acquire the skills needed to enter a career and/or improve their productivity.
Job Seeking Skills to Pay the Bill$ Workshop Documents