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US Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy
The Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) was authorized by Congress in the Department of Labor's FY 2001 appropriation. Recognizing the need for a national policy to ensure that people with disabilities are fully integrated into the 21st Century workforce, the Secretary of Labor delegated authority and assigned responsibility to the Assistant Secretary for Disability Employment Policy. ODEP is a sub-cabinet level policy agency in the Department of Labor.
Disability Benefits 101
Disability Benefits 101 gives you tools and information on health coverage, benefits, and employment.
You can plan ahead and learn how work and benefits go together.
CDC - Data & Statistics
Includes information on how to obtain copies of birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates.
The magazine for active wheelchair users
U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration - Curb Cuts
Best examples and laws as they apply to curb cuts in the United States.
- Get contact information for hospitals, doctors, nursing homes, home health agencies, dialysis facilities, and drug and health plans.
- Compare information about the quality of care and services these providers and plans offer.
- Get helpful tips on what to look for when comparing and choosing a provider or plan.
Missouri Vote at Home
This site will walk you through the steps you need to take to join the Permanently Disabled Absentee Voters list and vote at home.
Missouri Protection & Advocacy Services
To protect the rights of individuals with disabilities by providing advocacy and legal services.
The Premier Source for Developmental Disability News
UniversalDesign.com is dedicated to advancing the field of Universal Design by playing a central role in providing free access to UD information and by supporting education and research in the field
Exempt Fishing Permit
Missouri residents with qualifying medical conditions may fish as provided in Chapter 6 of the Wildlife Code of Missouri without a permit, provided that he or she carries this certified statement of eligibility, signed by a physician, while fishing. Qualifying medical conditions are described more fully in Section B of the eligibility statement and in the Missouri Code of State Regulations 3 CSR 10-5.205.