Adult Disability Starter Kit. Fact Sheet: “What You Should Know Before You Apply For Social Security Disability Benefits.” The fact sheet includes the definition of disability and answers questions about applying for disability benefits. Feb 09, 2017 · Services for Adults with Disabilities. Feb 9, 2017. The link above takes you to the Adult Education and People with Disabilities webpage of the division, where you can connect with a network of federal and state programs and initiatives for those with disabilities.
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