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EEOC Depression, PTSD, & Other Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace: Your Legal Rights

Harvard’s Project Implicit

Employment Discrimination/Disability Discrimination @ FindLaw.com

Employment Matters: Managing MS in the Workplace (DVD) – MS Society

MS in the Workplace: A Guide for Employers (video) – MS Society

Society for Human Resource Management’s Disability Employment Resource Page (for employers)

American Foundation for the Blind Careers in Law message board

the Small Business Administration (SBA) on Hiring People with Disabilities

Schedule A (Federal Hiring Schedule for People with Disabilities) – Disability Employment (Hiring) by the OPM, The ABCs of Schedule A, Download a Sample Schedule A letter.

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Disability Employment Resource Page

CAP app – An app designed by the Department of Defense to assist U.S. government employees in looking up information about various accommodations, and about the resources offered by the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP)

Legal Terms in ASL – a series of YouTube videos of legal terms in ASL, provided by the former Midwest Center on the Law and the Deaf

Tap TapSee is a mobile app (iOS, Android) that uses your device’s camera and accessibility features to help you identify objects.

KNFB Reader is a mobile app (iOS) that provides access to print text to blind/visually impaired users on-the-go.

Library of Congress National Library Service provides audio and Braille versions of materials to print-disabled patrons. The cost is free, and the service can be accessed through the mail or via the NLS BARD.

NFB Newsline allows those with print disabilities to access numerous print publications in audio format, including weather alerts, TV listing, grocery circulars and others, for free.

Google Accessibility (guides and resources on the accessibility of Google products)

Microsoft Accessibility (guides, tutorials, and news about accessibility for Microsoft products)

Job Accommodation Network (JAN) (a service provided by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy, including suggestions for workplace accommodations, information about rights, and free consultations)

Especially:

Professional Services

  • JAN’s Fact Sheet: Lawyers with Disabilities
  • EEOC’s Reasonable Accommodations for Attorneys with Disabilities

Lawyers with Depression blog