Vermont Law Help's Disability Law Page
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Survivor's Guide to Overcoming Disability Barriers- From Disability Rights Vermont
Legal Help for People with Disabilities
Special Education Disputes- Help for Parents
This booklet provides information and help for parents advocating for their children's special education needs: Resolving Special Education Disputes in Vermont: A Guide for Parents
Court Communication for People with Disabilities [view all]
The Vermont Communication Support Project (VCSP) provides specialized communication services for people with disabilities so that they have equal access to the justice system: Vermont Communication Support Project (VCSP)
Read the VCSP Brochure for more information.
Job Training and Support [view all]
The following organizations can help with job training and support: State of Vermont Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Website
Assistive Technology [view all]
What is Assistive Technology and how can it help me? For other questions about assistive technology, see the Vermont Assistive Technology Project and the Vermont Center for Independent Living.
Benefits Information [view all]
Read the Survivor's Guide to Overcoming Disability Barriers and our guide to your Fair Housing rights. See if you qualify for Disability benefits here: Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI): Who Qualifies?
- Link: Disability Rights Vermont
- Link: VT Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) Website
- Link: The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
- Link: Shouldn't School Be Safe? A TASH Parents' Guide on Prevention, Identification and Response to Restraint and Seclusion in school
- Link: TASH - links to the organization's website
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