The Campaign for Disability Employment
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What can YOU do?

Work is fundamental to our lives. It means so much more than a paycheck — it offers purpose and the opportunity to lead an independent, self-directed life for all people, including people with disabilities.

People with disabilities have the skills to pursue meaningful careers and play an important role in America’s educational and economic success. In fact, experience with disability can offer a competitive edge when it comes to work. If you are a person with a disability, only you can define your own limitations. High expectations are essential to success. Organizations exist that can help you seek employment, identify the tools you need to be productive on the job, and understand your right to be evaluated on your ability, not disability. Because after all, at work it’s what people can do that matters.

Tell us what YOU can do!
If you are a person with a disability, we’d like to hear from you.

Please take a moment to share information about your job skills and talents. Your story will increase employers’ awareness of the talents and skills that people with disabilities contribute to the workplace and help challenge misconceptions about disability and employment.

Tell a Friend!
I CAN...

Robbie Skipper
I currently work as a Labor Supervisor in the Maintenance Department at Chillicothe Correctional Center in Chillicothe, Mo. I have Cerebral Palsy, have achieved Eagle Scout Rank with the Boy Scouts, and I am also a college graduate with a Criminal Justice degree too. I enjoy sharing my faith, life experiences, and my passion to do missions abroad and here at home too!

Donald Nathan
Have not worked since 2006 worked as an office clerk and postal worker.

Morgan E Winston
I have two degrees in business. I also have certificates in childcare. I have 8 years of experience working with special needs children. I'm good with bookkeeping and teaching. I also have POTS.

Warren VanHeeren
I am a Certified Accounts Clerk (Bookkeeper) I can perform clerical duties, as well as run basic computer accounting software such as: Quickbooks Professional and Excel. I have spastic cerebral palsy so writing and typing are made difficult so I use a voice recognition software package to perform my daily duties.

Mary Perez
I can run a vocational program. I am the Assistant Director of The Center for Independence. I am a college graduate and applying for graduate school. I can inspire others to reach their dreams and meet their goals. I am also an educational advocate who has helped multiple families receive a Free and Appropriate Education in the Least Restrictive Environment.

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