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- Autism Links
- Auxillary Aids
- Disability-Related National Scholarships, Grants, and Financial Resources
- GettingHired The largest national employment and networking portal connecting job seekers with disabilities, employers committed to hiring job seekers with disabilities, agencies providing services to the disabled community, colleges and universities, and disability advocacy groups. Our mission is to create sustainable employment growth and opportunities for people with disabilities. Our Employer partners are committed to hiring the most qualified candidates, regardless of disability, to meet their critical human resource needs. These Employers pay an annual subscription fee to join the community and to post all their open positions. We are currently listing more than 10,000 positions across the country. Register with GettingHired.com, at no cost, and use the site to prepare for seeking employment and to search for jobs that match education, interests and qualifications.
- The HEATH Resource Center is an online clearinghouse on postsecondary education for individuals with disabilities. The HEATH Resource Center Clearinghouse has information for students with disabilities on educational disability support services, policies, procedures, adaptations, accessing college or university campuses, career-technical schools, and other postsecondary training entities. The Center has information on financial assistance, scholarships, and materials that help students with disabilities transition into college, university, career-technical schools, or other postsecondary programs. http://www.heath.gwu.edu/
- Job Accommodations Network (AskJAN)
- MI Rehab Services
- Michigan Bureau of Services for Blind Persons
- Michigan Rehabilitation Council
- Natural Reader - free text to speech software download
- National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth
- Online Tutoring
- Parent Page at NRCLD
- New Leaf Dyslexia
- Transportation - DATA
- Adaptive Computer Products
- Superior Alliance for Independent Living (SAIL)
- Study Skills
- Transition of Students With Disabilities to Postsecondary Education: A Guide for High School Educators
- Transitioning to College for Students with Learning Disabilities
- UCP of Michigan Assistive Technology Center
- What is a Learning Disability?
- Wounded Veterans
You can get medical treatment even if you don't have health insurance.
Federally funded health centers provide:
- Treatment for illnesses
- Care during pregnancy
- Immunizations and checkups for children
- Dental care and prescription drugs
- Mental health and substance abuse care
You will only be asked to pay what you can afford, based on your income.
Find a health center near you.