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    1. That’s a complicated question. This blog does not really provide that kind of support. It’s main purpose is to be an active example for change in societal expectations of adults with disabilities. I suggest maybe looking at your local career center or your local vocational rehabilitation center. Another source of information might be your local Area Agency on Aging, because disability resources are now grouped in with aging resources at the federal level. Lastly, I would check with local colleges, because they all have a department for assisting individuals with disabilities completing higher education. If I had to pick a first step, I’d have to say you need to decide where you intend to end up. You can’t start if you don’t know where you’re headed.

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