We provide limited legal representation, legal advice and know-your-rights education to low-income people with disabilities, as well as education and outreach to employers. We will also pursue cases against large employers that are failing to provide reasonable accommodations to large groups of employees with disabilities.
We provide free educational materials and presentations on employment rights under the ADA. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-627-7100 ex. 233 if you would like information on disability employment rights.
Much of our work in this area is focused on ensuring that students with disabilities receive the support and preparation they need to thrive in life after school, including in the workplace. We provide limited legal representation, legal advice and know-your-rights education to families/caregivers of students ages 14-21 who receive special education about the student’s right to have transition planning and services included in the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP). Learn more about this program here.
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