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- Asking for Reasonable Accommodation in Employment - Advice from the Disability Law Center-Massachusetts.
- Work, Assistive Technology and State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies:
The Vocational Rehabilitation Agency’s Obligation to Fund AT to Support Employment Preparation (February, 2013) by Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. as part of its National AT Advocacy Project.
- Your Guide to the MA Workers' Compensation System - Provided by the Department of Industrial Accidents, and made available from the Disability Law Center's website.
Accommodation Information by Disability
Fact sheets for accommodating people with various specific disabilities are provided at this Job Accommodation Network Web page.
Client Assistance Program
The Massachusetts Office on Disability, an independent state agency, runs CAP to provide advocacy and information services to people with disabiities. CAP helps people get services from the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind and the Independent Living Centers in Massachusetts, all of which receive federal money under the Vocational Rehabilitation Act.
Call CAP in Boston at (617) 727-7440 or toll free at (800) 322-2020.
Client Assistance Program web page