Making work part of your plan.

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“I had a job coach for my first job. After 40 hours, I could work on my own. Anyone can work with the right kind of help.”
– A Hub user

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How the Hub can help

Today, more than ever, people with disabilities are working in community jobs. If you have questions about finding or keeping a job, the Hub can help you get answers.

The Hub team can help you: 

  • Explore your work options
  • Understand your benefits and how it pays to work
  • See how changes to benefits support future work goals 
  • Identify strategies, resources and supports for work
  • Navigate the system to reach your work goals
  • Access resources to find employment, such as job banks, job coaches and career counselors
  • Use online tools to create work goals and plan for work
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