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Handbook for the Inclusion of People With Disabilities in National and Community Service Programs — Published by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Handbook for the Inclusion of People With Disabilities in National and Community Service Programs provides information on how to make national and community service programs more inclusive for people with disabilities. The handbook provides information about creating an inclusive environment, a brief historical overview of social perceptions of people with disabilities, an overview of disability-related laws, instructions on how to write inclusive service descriptions, information about recruitment and outreach, and facts about accommodations issues and legal requirements.

Preparing for Disaster for People With Disabilities and Other Special Needs — Published jointly by the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, this guide provides resources and recommendations to make an emergency response plan, assemble an emergency kit and maintain the plan and kit.

Finding a Job That is Right for You: A Practical Approach to Looking for a Job as a Person With a Disability — Provided by the Job Accommodation Network, this guide provides information, tools and resources that can be used by people with disabilities to find the right job.

ADA: Know Your Rights — Provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, this publication explains service members' rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act and provides information on where to get assistance.

 


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logo for the National Service Inclusion Project The National Service Inclusion Project is here to meet all of your training and technical assistance needs on the inclusion of individuals with disabilities as active participants in your national service program.


Father and daughter counting change. How do you teach kids about money? It may be as simple as talking about your job, taking a trip to the grocery store, or opening a savings account to deposit allowance and birthday money. The bottom line is that it’s never too early to start teaching children smart financial habits and the value of money.

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