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Posted: Thursday, January 30, 2014 6:44 am | Updated: 3:32 am, Fri Jan 31, 2014.

(NAPSI)—Whether you have a disability or are helping a family member get assistance, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the number of disability programs and services that are available nationwide. There is a solution for you. Simply visit Disability.gov, the federal government’s website for people with disabilities and their families, to find information across 10 topics: Benefits, Civil Rights, Community Life, Education, Emergency Preparedness, Health, Employment, Housing, Technology and Transportation.

Disability.gov’s “Guide Me” tool makes searching on the site easier by walking visitors through four steps:

Step One: Choose an Audience. Do you have a disability or are you helping someone else?

Step Two: Select a Topic. Do you want to learn how to apply for disability benefits or find a job?

Step Three: Pick a State. Do you want to view resources from your community or another state?

Step Four: Review Your Summary. Review your choices from the three previous steps and decide if you want to see your search results or start a new search.

Please share this information and visit www.Disability.gov to get started! You can also subscribe to email alerts and the Disability Connection newsletter or follow the site on Facebook, Twitter and Disability.Blog.

 

On the Net:North American Precis Syndicate, Inc.(NAPSI)

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