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Sample letters and forms to communicate with your employerThese are all Word documents you can download. Each provides language required to make a specific type of request of your employer. At the last link, you'll find a compilation of all the letters into one file.
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Additional sources of information and helpYou may get additional information and support from groups that Legal Aid at Work frequently collaborates with.
Job Accommodation NetworkJAN offers free, confidential guidance and information to help people with disabilities enhance their employability, and show employers how to capitalize on the value and talent they add to the workplace.Learn More
Disability Rights Bar AssociationThe DRBA is an online network of attorneys who specialize in disability civil rights law.Learn More