File for unemployment benefits with the Connecticut Department of Labor.
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The Department of Social Services Durable Medical Equipment program provides equipment to help you move around: canes, crutches, walkers and wheelchairs. DME also includes equipment needed to care for you at home: bed pans, heat lamps or pads, hospital beds, special toilet seats and machines that help make breathing easier. *Service available to Medicaid recipients onlyAgency: Department of Social Services
The Department administers programs which promote social, physical and economic well-being while providing people with disabilities with opportunities to achieve their full potential for self-direction. The Department works closely with an advisory council comprised primarily of people with disabilities which makes recommendations to improve the planning, development and administration of programs.Agency: Department of Social Services
Connecticut Tech ActAgency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
Disability resources for job seekers, Information on assistive technology, disability initiatives, federal resources and more.Agency: Department of Labor
The GCEPD's mission, current initiatives and data on employee hiring of people with disabilities can be found. Along with statistical data the page highlights how employers can find qualified employees with disabilities.Agency: Department of Labor
Teens and young adults with disabilities nearing high school graduation can sign up for the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services' (BRS) School-to-Work Transition program to develop the work and personal skills they need to be successful in a job.Agency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
The goal of the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program is to assist individuals with significant physical and mental disabilities to prepare for, obtain and maintain employment. Through the provision of individualized services, persons with disabilities who are eligible for vocational rehabilitation are supported in planning for and achieving their job goals.Agency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
The primary goal of Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind (BESB's) Vocational Rehabilitation Division is to help legally blind adults obtain independence through employment.Agency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
If you receive disability cash or medical benefits (such as Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income, State Supplement, Medicare and/or Medicaid), you may qualify for disability benefits that allow you to work and still receive benefits.Agency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
Statewide Rehabilitation Council (SRC) collaborates with the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) to provide consumers with disabilities the necessary training and job supports to find and maintain employment.Agency: Department of Aging and Disability Services
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) offers a variety of services for individuals, families, providers, employers, case managers and DDS Staff. Find frequently asked questions about the services, a library of presentations, brochures and helpful links.Agency: Department of Developmental Services
Professional License, Permit, and Registration Forms
Find specific information, requirements, applications and forms for various professional licenses.