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Making Self-Employment Work - Book Review
Making Self-Employment Work for People with Disabilities, by Cary Griffin and David Hammis.
This is a timely resource for families, counselors, job coaches, transition specialists, and individuals with significant disabilities. The workbook is designed to help advocates establish and support self-employment through small business, while protecting access to government programs, assets and health coverage. Families of younger sons and daughters should become familiar with the opportunities that will be available during transition years and adulthood to gain a new perspective on planning for the future.
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