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Adult Life, Work


Learn about services from the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).

Adult Life, Work

SSI Employment Support

Individuals receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits who are interested in becoming employed have access to supports built in by the Social Security Administration (SSA) that help protect their benefits.

Adult Life, Work

Employment Opportunities for Students

Gain skills and explore career interests through work readiness programs for youth.

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ACCES-VR provides job search, educational, and independent living services and supports that help people with disabilities achieve and maintain employment.

Adult Life, Advocacy, Transition Planning

Disability Laws: High School vs. Post-Secondary School

Learn about the differences between the laws that protect young people with disabilities as they transition from high school to adulthood.

Adult Life, Special Education, Transition Planning

General Educational Development Test: Return of the GED

Formerly the TASC Exam, and now back to the GED, young adults may take the General Educational Development Test (GED) to earn a high school equivalency diploma.

Adult Life, Advocacy, College

College Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Learn about the types of accommodations that may be available and how to request them.

Adult Life, Advocacy

Housing Discrimination and Accommodations

When facing housing discrimination, learn about your rights under the law and how to file a complaint.

Adult Life, Work

Interview Tips for Young Adults with Disabilities

Job interviews provide a unique opportunity to reflect on one’s strengths, skills, and achievements. Here are some tips to help prepare for an upcoming job interview.