Found thru link from US Dept of Labor.
Would like to be informed about new activities.
Steven Unger <steven.unger1
Brewster, NY USA - Friday, January 04, 2013 at 08:17:12 (PST)
It's nice to be here.
GHD Australia <GHD Australia>
Australia - Monday, December 17, 2012 at 22:57:08 (PST)
Marcelle JEAN-FRANCOIS <consunet2003
North Miami, FL USA - Monday, April 09, 2012 at 09:14:43 (PDT)
It would be great to be able to move around inside the page looking at different tabs without having to log in to each page.
Doug Curry <doug
Eugene, OR USA - Friday, January 06, 2012 at 15:25:58 (PST)
thank you for having these resources available for disabled veterans seeking more information on regulations and benefits for employers who hire disabled veterans. I will bring this info to the attention of a few prospective employers I am seeking employment through.
alarik wood <alarik37
ukiah, ca usa - Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 20:58:01 (PDT)
Is there not many grants readily available for person like myself. I just want to provide employment for myself obtain a work permit for my grand-daughter and train her. So she can know early of responsibility and build her self-esteem.
Adrienne Stiger <adriennestiger
Zion, IL United States - Monday, May 23, 2011 at 18:58:42 (PDT)
I would like to work for the state of illinois in the security department as a security officer. I have almost 10 years of previous service with the state, any help would be grateful. thanks obern simons
obern simons <oobernj
South Holland, illinois cook - Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 17:18:12 (PST)
Please let us know if we may be of assistance with your corporate tax credit needs. The work opportunity tax credit program helps to put individuals with certain qualifications back to work and gives the employer up to a forty percent tax deduction.
Best wishes for 2011, and beyond!
Donald Eison, Pres/CEO, Employer Tax Credits, Inc., Park Place Center, PO Box 870340, Morrow, GA 30287-0340, www.employertaxcredits.net P770-477-1542 or P770-477-8465,
PS. We will pay a 10% finders fee on all new business.
Donald Eison <www.employertaxcredits.net>
Morrow , GA USA - Thursday, January 06, 2011 at 14:04:54 (PST)
I just read a few peoples letters and was stunned. Not in a bad way but when the word Vocational Rehabilitation I want to hurl. I will tell you why first I live in Georgia. All the people that have been helped where not from this state. My question is does anybody out there know that if your from Georgia and go to Rehab Services if you don't kiss the ground they walk on and say you want to do what you what to do and it has nothing to do with there agenda! They put me personally through heck and back because I thought for myself and knew what I was capable to do and wanted to do. This is my experience only I cannot speak for anyone else. There job was to make sure I didn't get what I wanted maybe because they kept telling me this we can't do and that we can't do so I armed myself with all the information to prove them wrong! I know there manual inside and out. This is not acceptable in Georgia we are stupid people that cannot make decisions for themselves that's there job. I fought a serveral year battle with them until they finally had CAPS that would have defended me lie and would not help me. So they set up a mock trial and had a 3 foot high papers and everytime they tried to make me look like a person who could never hold down a job I took out my stuff and showed everthing they had tried was a sham. I am a proud man and no man has try to pull crap like this because if you are lying I will prove it. If I had 1% doubt I would not pursue. They took a once proud and happy man and broke me because they got everbody involved to lie even a very nice disabled man that worked there and made him do something he thought he would never have to do. This man had a wife and kids I forgave him in a second. To do that to that proud man was evil. disabled people have a hard enough time to get a real job to support their families, and his job was on the line. Disabled and wonderful kids and wife he did the only thing he could do. So is there such a thing as Rehab services in other states that do what they are suppose to? There has to be please help me stop the handful of people in Georgia that are treating us like were stupid. Power is in the people people not in the goverment. Without us there is no them.
Gary Caisse <caissex2
Athens, Georgia Clarke - Wednesday, November 03, 2010 at 19:53:38 (PDT)
love the site, great info!
leroy scott <jerseysoldier
newark, delaware new castle - Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 11:38:00 (PDT)
Before I married in 1973 I had Vocational Rehabiliation which paid for my college. I did not know my husband would refuse to sign the paperwork so I could continue my education.I am single now. Can you help or is it too late?
Cynthia McCaffrey <csmccaffrey
New York USA - Friday, June 04, 2010 at 04:33:34 (PDT)
I recently quit a job after four months of employment because the company lied to me about the duties I was hired to do. In the time that I was employed at this company 8 other people quit. This is a small company and for that many people to leave in that short of time seems very excessive. What I would like to know is the company taking advantage of any tax laws by hiring people then making false promises to them so they would quit. My personal opinion is the company is taking advantage of the system. Could someone please call me concerning this matter.618-660-5429 anytime. Thanks.
Douglas Akin <DSKAKIN
Waterloo, Illinois United States - Monday, May 31, 2010 at 07:33:16 (PDT)
Thanks for contacting me. I am currently working with the Illinois Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation. So far I've submitted a resume for them to send to Government Agenices who are hiring people with disabilities. I've not had much luck with that, but I'm always interested in finding some kind of work that I can do with my disability.
Ken Minear <ykfifty04
Moline, IL USA - Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 15:17:18 (PDT)
My name is Phil, and in 1999 I became paralyzed from the chest down due to falling off a ladder while pruning a tree. After my accident, I was determined to go back to work. I knew I wasn't going to give up; instead, I found programs to help me pursue my career in the environmental field. Through the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR), I received my first wheelchair, laptop, and camera to begin my consulting business. Now, 10 years later, I'm still working and doing what I love outdoors- designing ADA hiking trails and leading hikes for people with disabilities. Instead of focusing your energy on all of the things that you "CAN'T DO", get excited about all of wonderful things that you "CAN DO". Thank you,
Phil McGrath <pmcgrath
Pottstown, PA United States - Thursday, October 15, 2009 at 06:13:19 (PDT)
Iam in the process of hiring a hearing disabled young woman. This information has assisted me tremendously regarding the different tax credits and services which are available to my business.
FF & CA CAR SERVICE <ffca1>
Dunellen, NJ USA - Tuesday, September 01, 2009 at 09:53:23 (PDT)
I just took over UCP's employment program and heard about your organization and wanted to look into it.
kevin krotzer <kkrotzer
Columbus, Oh USA - Monday, August 24, 2009 at 09:06:18 (PDT)
I am looking for a job, so I can take care my wife and my kids. Please help me find a job.
Mohammed Rahiman <mohammed.rahiman
Northampton, PA u.s.a. - Saturday, June 27, 2009 at 18:09:01 (PDT)
epilepsy related employment rights.
Patrick Keane <pkeane2008
Quincy, MA USA - Saturday, June 20, 2009 at 11:42:29 (PDT)
enjoy using your website for reference material & resource information
Joe Chin <JoeC
baltimore, maryland usa - Tuesday, May 12, 2009 at 08:34:45 (PDT)
hi just gathering informaiton
John chomko <jrchomko
pittsburgh, PA usa - Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 13:39:45 (PDT)
Enjoyed the article about the new ADA. I saw one minor mistake. The original ADA was signed into law in July of 1990 not 1992.
Betty Edwards <Betty.Edwards
Tifton , GA USA - Wednesday, April 01, 2009 at 09:01:10 (PDT)
State grant programs have been developed to work specifically for you. But, every
year, millions of dollars in your state alone go unused because people do not realize
the grant money.
Frankfort, KY USA - Friday, March 20, 2009 at 21:11:04 (PDT)
I am trying to start a bus and am disabled myself with 3 others, all disabled, who want to open this bus. Can you help us find money for start up and to help us operate our store? It is spiritual in nature and purpose, alternative healing, insightful gifts, some by local tribal group and handmade. Any incentives & where do I apply?
Ruth Clark, R.N. <spiritsofthedivide
Georgetown, California El Dorado - Thursday, September 11, 2008 at 18:27:57 (PDT)
I received your email regarding my visit to your website but there is no link to your website within the email itself. Your website has great nyperlinks and I especially like the excellent visual aids of the covers of IRS publications. User friendly!
Nelda Grimes <ngrimes
Auburn, CA USA - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 08:29:45 (PDT)
I noticed from your website that maryland is not listed as any of the 15 states that offer incentives to businesses. Are you aware of any business/employer incentives that are offered to businesses that employ individuals w/disabilities from the local government level of Baltimore City and on the state level from the state of maryland, besides what is offered from the federal level?
Joe Chin <JoeC@mdschblind.org>
baltimore, maryland usa - Tuesday, May 06, 2008 at 06:07:53 (PDT)
A very interesting web site with lots of information. A pleasure to browse
Toronto, Toronto Canada - Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 06:37:25 (PDT)
Please contact us at our new website, if we may be of assistance with your corporate tax credit needs. We specialize in WOTC, and other federal, state, and local programs. We have placed more than 56,000 people from welfare to work in the last 18 years. We will pay a 10% commission on all new business obtained through referrals. Thanks.
Donald Eison, Pres. & CEO <employertaxcredits.net>
Morrow, GA USA - Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 10:29:06 (PDT)
I work in the Office of Disability Issues, Government of Canada.
Do you have information, or a link, regarding the
number and amount of the various disability-related tax claims in the U.S., particularly the Disabled Access Credit and the Barrier Removal Tax Deduction which businesses can claim?
Harry Beatty <email@example.com>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 12:55:05 (PST)
I love the site, i found some really interesting information which will be very useful. Thanks!
bunce rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
new york, NY USA - Friday, December 21, 2007 at 14:04:51 (PST)
Hi, Good site I just wanted to get some feedback from possible visitors regarding
the usability / look , etc of our new DDA & Occupational Therapy website. We
offer free DDA & disability advise & guidance and would welcome any opinions
or feedback regarding the site: http://www.inclusion.me.uk www.inclusion.me.uk
Many thanks Matthew
www.inclusion.me.uk Matthew Box <email@example.com>
Tunbridge Wells, Kent UK - Monday, November 26, 2007 at 05:39:31
Thank you for sending all this infomation. I am now living in Montana. I was
living in Nevada (Reno) but after my divorce came back to MT to try and get reconected
with friends and also look for Work. Alas I have not been able to find any work
as of yet but I will not give up. I am though not afraid to ask for help with
looking. I did missplace my key to my battery cart and wish I was able to find
that so I may travel about on bad days. If there is any way I could come in contact
with someone regarding work I would be more then happy to give Resume and Education
information as I do have all the information available to offer up front. ALso
too if asked I will supply address and phone number. Thank you for your time,
Jeanne Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Great Falls, Montana U.S.A. - Thursday, November 01, 2007 at
We have moved from AOL to Comcast internet access. The WOTC tax credit incentive
for hiring disadvantaged individuals expires 12/31/2007. We continue to serve
and help Americans with Disabilities find employment. Thank you for being their
voice, and continued success and best wishes. Very truly, Donald Eison, PE & CEO,
Employer Tax Credits, Inc., PO Box 870340, Morrow, GA, 30287-0340,
Morrow, GA USA - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 at 15:59:50 (PDT)
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Caroline Steele <email@example.com>
Harrisburg , PA Dauphin - Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at 11:32:43
First time visitor to the site. Found it very informative.
Patty Neupauer <firstname.lastname@example.org
Wampum, PA Lawrence -
I did not have time to look into this site in depth as I would have liked,
but I am defintiely interested in the information provided here. I will be returning
at a later date for a closer look.
Celeste Perez Garcia <email@example.com
El Paso, Texas USA -
just checking out your site. about to hire someone with disabilities.
louis leof <firstname.lastname@example.org
drexel hill, pa usa -
I enjoyed the meeting yesterday. I was unable to attend today due to the
weather. Just checking out your web site:-)
CHRISTIANA, PA LANCASTER -
Mary Ann Stevenson <email@example.com
Bethlehem, PA USA -
My name is Alicia Rouse and I have just recently been hired as the Disability
Program Navigator for Lansing and surrounding areas. My goal as a grant funded
DPN is to: 1. Guide one-stop staff in helping people with disabilities access
and navigate the complex programs that impact their ability to gain employment.
2. Develop linkages with employers to facilitate employment for persons with
disabilities. 3. Develop partnerships to expand the capacity to serve customers
with disabilities. 4. Facilitate the transition of in- or out-of school youth
with disabilities to obtain employment and economic self-sufficiency. 5. Conduct
outreach to agencies / organizations that serve people with disabilities. 6.
Serve as a resource on SSA's: work incentives / employment support programs
through its Work Incentives, Planning and Assistance (WIPA) program; Protection & Advocacy
systems (P&As); and employment related demonstration projects. 7. Serve
as resources on programs that impact the ability of persons with disabilities
to enter and remain in the workforce. Any information you could give me or
other contacts you feel would benefit this grant would be greatly appreciated!
Alicia Rouse DPN CAMW! 2110 S. Cedar St. Lansing, MI 48910 (517) 492-5551 firstname.lastname@example.org
Alicia Rouse <email@example.com
Lansing , MI USA -
This is a wonderful web page. I have sent out to all my contacts that work
with people with disabilities and employers alike.
Ron Sparks <Ron.Sparks@dars.state.tx.us
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX USA -
Please contact us if we may be of assistance with WOTC/WTW employer/employee
tax credit issues. We are hiring certain disadvantaged individuals nationally
to help other disadvantaged individuals obtain entry level employment with
national corporations. Yours truly, Donald R. Eison, PE, CEO, Employer Tax
Credits, Inc., PO Box 870340, Morrow, GA 30287-0340, firstname.lastname@example.org
Donald R. Eison <email@example.com
Morrow, GA USA -
i wish there would be a more informative site that would offer infomation
on how one could get a job that a person who is still somewhat active but has
M.S. and yes has a Ticket to Work but lives in a area that will not pay attention
to what is going on with people like myself. Just a town that has too many
drug takers and also people that have not a home to live in. Yes I have 3 colleg
degrees, and I am a nurse but need money to renew my Cirt. or money to go back
to work. Yes the town I speak of is in Crescent City CA. and no they do not
care, nor does the work force center. Thank You for all the information, I
will keep looking,,Jeanne
Jeanne M Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org
Crescent City, California U.S.A. -
what kind of benefits can i quilify for as a felone?
Louie Flores <email@example.com
Riverside, ca USA -
I,m on disability and I need a job, I have a cdl and can drive a tow motor.Why
not give me achane to shire.
willie webb <firstname.lastname@example.org
akron, Ohio USA -
Excellent website. Please contact us we may be of assistance with employment/tax
credit issues. Best wishes for the holiday season, and the new year. Donald
Eison, P. E., and CEO, Employer Tax Credits, Inc., and Cornerstone Worldwide
Donald Eison <email@example.com
Morrow , GA USA -
I need to print up a resume,can you help me w/out underlined costs,please
Fountain Valley, CA USA -
Really it's an interesting site. All information on this site is represented
for users. Thanks!
Oster, USA -
Your site didn't help me out. I have a disabily and was looking for a job,to
help get off public asst.
Harry Spidle <SKIPANDJAN5253@peoplepc.com
Fort Loudon, Pa. USA -
I was trying to determine what type of tax right off's a company could get
for hiring an employee who is considered disabled through social security.
Other than for tax write-offs for the cost of making reasonable accommodations,
may a business write off a portion or all of the employee salary.
Colleen Shahbas <firstname.lastname@example.org
ST. PETERSBURG, FL USA -
I like what you do! I made a regrettan;e error. I conxentrated om the grant
and FICO accreditsatpon so moch, P misses applypng for a Liberty positiob ib
Davjd Kligerman <email@example.com
Philadekphia, Pennsykvania USA -
Independent Career Cosultants is an agencythat helps people with disabilities
find jobs, and this is s agreat way of finding out all the incentives there
are for employers who are lucky of having a person with disabilities as an
OKlahoma City, Oklahoma USA -
A few years ago, I was at church with our son, who is in a wheelchair, and
Michael Fiore came up to us at the end of Mass and gave us his card and suggested
a way to fix my son's tires on his wheelchair. I appreciated this suggestion,
took his card, but did not go any further. Our son has since graduated college,
married his college sweetheart, but has no job. Is there any place to go with
his resume that he may even get an interview. His heart is hurting since he
has not been employed for a year or so. Please take my suggestion and help
a disabled, college graduate. Please contact me at my email above. Thank you
for your great website and for Michael Fiore to come up to us with his card.
Thank you, Esther Hayes mother of John P Hayes
Esther Hayes <firstname.lastname@example.org
Gettysburg, PA USA - Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at 13:58:39 (PDT)