For Employers & Providers

  • The ADA National Network provides comprehensive, up-to-date information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act for businesses, local and regional governments, workers and people with disabilities. Funded by the National Institute on Disability & Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), the ADA National Network has 10 regional centers that serve 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
  • Big Tent Jobs, LLC is a placement agency that works with top technical talent, including individuals with Aspergers and High Functioning Autism. Their services are always 100% free to job seekers. They get paid by the company when job seekers get hired.
  • Resources to Help Employers Hire and Retain People with Disabilities. EARN (the Employer Assistance and Resource Network)  a service of the National Employer Technical Assistance Center (NETAC) based at Cornell University’s Employment and Disability Institute. NETAC is funded by the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Kansas EmployAbility This program provides a website, a toll-free help line and marketing consultation help employers in Kansas to connect with and retain employees who have disabilities.
  • National Business and Disabilities Council (NBDC) National Business and Disabilities Council is a New York based program of Abilities Inc. that “provides a full range of services to assist corporations in successfully integrating people with disabilities into the workplace and marketplace.
  • Training and Technical Assistance for Providers (T-TAP) Training and Technical Assistance for Providers is a web site, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment, that offers training, products and technical assistance to help providers to move people from supported employment settings to customized employment.
  • The U.S. Business Leadership Network (USBLN®) The U.S. Business Leadership Network represents over 5000 employers and “helps build workplaces, marketplaces, and supply chains where people with disabilities are respected for their talents, while supporting the development and expansion of its BLN affiliates.”