Additional Resources

AARP Money Management Program offers daily money management service to help low-income older people or people with disabilities who have difficulty budgeting, paying routine bills, and keeping track of financial matters.
Source: AARP.org

AccessComputing - The Alliance for Access to Computing Careers (AccessComputing) helps students with disabilities successfully pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in computing fields, and works to increase the capacity of postsecondary institutions and other organizations to fully include students with disabilities in computing courses and programs. More information is available from a recent Disability Resources news posting.
Source: Washington University AccessComputing

AbilityLinks.org – the Job Opportunity Website for Persons with Disabilities and Inclusive Employers. Every day, thousands of individuals join America’s fastest growing labor pool – Persons with Disabilities. AbilityLinks, a free nationwide program of Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, has assisted over 200 of these individuals with finding employment since 2001.
Source: AbilityLinks.org

Affordable Colleges For Students With Disabilities - A complete guide to college financing for students with disabilities. Find expert advice on loans, grants and scholarships specifically for students with disabilities, as well as resources to help with the job search after graduation.
Source: AC Online.org

ArtsWORK Indiana is an informal, statewide group of people interested in improving arts-related professional opportunities and careers for people with disabilities. Its mission is “to facilitate access to careers in the arts for people with disabilities through awareness, education, and encouragement.”
Source: ArtsWORK Indiana.com

Blindmath Gems – This NFB Blindmath Listserv has been up and running since September 2006. This has been a very active listserv with a worldwide audience and many contributors. This listserv’s archives are now so colossal that it is difficult to track or locate specific information contained in it. As a service to visitors of NFB’s Blindscience website, we are collecting the best and most useful items from the Blindmath Archives.
Source:  Blindmath Gems Home

disABLED Person Inc. has announced their annual $1000 scholarship competition for undergraduate students with disabilities (including students with intellectual disabilities who are auditing), with applications due October 31, 2013.
Source: disABLED Person.com

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center’s “Back to School Guide to Academic Success After Brain Injury.” Download an accessible version of this guide (PDF). For more information please visit the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center.
Source: DVBIC.DCOE.mil

GettingHired.com – where people with disabilities gather, network, & find success in the workplace with employers. Open the Door to Opportunity!
Source: GettingHired.com

IRS.gov Accessibility –  The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been focused on Accessibility. Please visit the IRS for information about Accessibility and to access Accessible IRS Forms and Publications.

Lime Connect (Lime) represents a “fresh approach” in the disability talent space by putting talent first and disability second. They host networking events designed to connect undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students with disabilities to best of class companies in the U.S. and Canada. Lime has teamed up with corporate partners to source talent for a broad variety of full-time, internship and co-op opportunities. They also work with partners to provide scholarships for outstanding students with disabilities, such as the BMO Financial Group/Lime Scholarship and Internship Program and the Google Lime Scholarship for Students with Disabilities.
Source: Lime Connect, Inc.

Vocational Rehabilitation – Indiana - Vocational Rehabilitation Services for the State of Indiana.

Vocational Rehabilitation – Illinois  - Vocational Rehabilitation Services for the State of Illinois.

We Connect Now - We Connect is dedicated to uniting college students with disabilities in access to higher education and employment issues
Source: WeConnectNow.WordPress.com