NDEAM Starts This Week!

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! First declared by President Harry S. Truman in 1945, NDEAM is celebrating its 70th anniversary with new posters and public service announcements, with “My Disability is One Part of Who I Am” as this year’s campaign theme.

The NIDILRR grantee community has many resources you can tap into as you celebrate NDEAM, from factsheets and guides to videos to training and technical assistance programs.

Are you a person with a disability who is seeking employment? Are you employed and want to maintain or improve your employment situation? Check out these resources:

Are you an employer?

Are you a rehabilitation or employment specialist?

Are you a policy person? An administrator? An employment wonk?

Of course, we have a veritable TON of research on employment and disability available from our collection. We have so many research articles, books, and reports on employment in our collection that you might not know where to start! So try these hand-crafted search links:

We could go on and on, but now it’s your turn: Visit the advanced search page and try your hand at searching for employment research. Or chat with an information specialist and see how we can help you with your search!

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