• SSI Spotlight on Impairment Related Work Expenses

    Information about how documenting work-related costs (transportation, clothing, childcare, etc.) can increase Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

  • Accommodations

    Website introduces the types of job accommodations that individuals with disabilities may be entitled to under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) such as physical changes in the workplace, accessible and assistive technologies, accessible communications, and flexible policies.

  • Workers with disabilities

    CareerOneStop website page with resources for individuals with disabilities including job preparation and skills building, job search information, job accommodations, and more.

  • Work Incentives, Medicare Resources, Medicaid Resources

    Rules, guidance, and resources on Work Incentives, Medicare, Medicaid and related programs.

  • CARES Act information for multifamily properties

    Information about the CARES Act eviction moratorium for tenants, owners, and agents of Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-insured Multifamily properties and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Multifamily-assisted properties.

  • Explore Careers

    Website with a career exploration search tool, assessments and resources for job seekers including videos, planning guides, and more.

  • Get My Future

    Website with resources to help young people find a career, finish high school, get work experience, write a resume, find job search help and much more.

  • SSI Spotlight on Special Rule for Blind People that Work

    Information on the rule that allows a blind person to exclude from earned income all expenses that enable the person to work.

 

United States Department of Labor EBSA

United States Department of Labor ODEP

 

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LEAD Center WIOA Policy Development

The LEAD Center is led by Social Policy Research Associates and National Disability Institute. It is fully funded as the WIOA Policy Development Center by the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor, Contract No. 1605DC-19-F-00341.