Resources for Employment

  • Fact Sheets

    • The revised Employment Resources and Self-Help Guide for Individuals with Disabilities has just been rereleased by FAAST, Inc. with updated hyperlinks and additional information and assistance resources, informative tutorials, frequently asked questions (FAQs), helpful websites,  factsheets, resource guides, and many other current relevant resources for individuals with disabilities transitioning from school to work and seeking employment.  This user-friendly informative Employment Guide also offers a comprehensive information and assistance resource section for employers of individuals with disabilities.  Thanks in advance for helping to circulate this important employment resource guide. 

    • This booklet explains the part of the ADA that prohibits job discrimination. This part of the law is enforced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and State and local civil rights enforcement agencies that work with the Commission.

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  • Stories

    • 04/23/2012 - 9:07am
      FSCIRC first came to know Adam Hood when he was initially injured and received his inpatient rehabilitation at Tampa General Hospital. Adam spent a lot of time in the Resource Center asking questions and checking out material to learn more about...

    • 03/17/2011 - 3:56pm
      Are you thinking about work? Do you want to learn how work will affect your Social Security Benefits? If you are interested in learning about the Ticket to Work Program or other Work Incentives, you can attend a FREE Work Incentive Seminar...

  • Recent News

    • 06/11/2014 - 12:07pm
      If you’re between the ages of 18 and 65, receive SSI or SSDI, and looking for full-time gainful employment, the Universal Abilities Employment Network is a valuable resource to plot your career path. Universal Abilities Employment Network is a new...

    • 04/20/2014 - 1:15am
      Overcoming insurmountable challenges doesn't begin to scratch the surface for Dr. James Post.Post, 43, a Hanover Township native and nephrologist living in Manhattan, knows what it's like to scrounge around in the dregs, and then soar out of them...