Work toolkit

People with disabilities can — and do — work. For most people, working means increased income, more independence, better health, stronger skills and new relationships.

Whether you support people with disabilities in a professional or personal role, you can make a difference in how they view and plan for work. With the right tools and preparation, you can promote a new way of thinking about work. Better yet, you can help people with disabilities challenge the myths and barriers about work that might be holding them back.

Here, you'll find videos, tools and information to help you talk about work and facilitate successful employment outcomes. Also consider key employment messages and person-centered messaging on why employment matters.

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