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    Taxonomy Code: ND-9500

    Programs that provide support for adjusting, adapting or redesigning tools, equipment or structural elements of working environments in order to make them accessible to people who have disabilities.

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    National Organization on DisabilityAim is to increase the employment prospects of working-age people with disabilities by acting as a disability employment resource to the field and to employers. Services include consulting and technical assistance to policymakers, businesses and the military to help build a more disability friendly workplace; designing specific programs to address employment issues for people with disabilities and conducting research and piloting innovative approaches. New York Office: 5 East 86th Street, New York, NY 10028 646-505-1184 FaxNational Organization on DisabilityNational Organization on Disability
    Vocational Evaluation ProgramA testing period to determine an individual's capabilities, work interest, work habits and attitudes, and establishing appropriate vocational goals. A vocational evaluator conducts a series of tests which provides a comprehensive vocational profile. This profile enables OSI’s staff to provide the individual with appropriate levels of vocational programming that allows for maximum vocational growth and experiences.FranklinOccupational Services, Inc- Franklin ProgramOccupational Services, Inc

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