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The Law Office of Jo Anne Simon provides direct representation to people with disabilities. The practice provides experienced help for clients who believe they have been discriminated against in higher education, high stakes standardized testing, or employment due to their disability.

The firm has successfully advised individuals with disabilities and their parents on receiving accommodations on tests such as the SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, the USMLE, and the New York Bar Exam, to name a few.

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Information, help, and support for disabled individuals with long term disability, Social Security Disability and workmen's compensation claims.

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Korean American Association for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (KAARD) was established to assist and engage from immigrant society into the American society for the unserved and underserved non-English speaking individuals with disabilities. We are currently providing services for the individuals with disabilities through transportation program, Ticket to Work program, case management program and enrollment for health insurance, such as Family Health Plus, Child Health Plus, and Medicaid, entitlement for food stamp, public assistance, affordable New York City housing, special equipment, and home care.

The purpose for which the corporation was formed is to organize, operate, and maintain a center for the person with disabilities, with a primary focus on the needs of the Korean-American community. These members have previously been reluctant to seek outside assistance in matters involving disabled family members, relatives and friends, due to largely cultural and linguistic barriers.

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Established in 1934, by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of NY, to find employment for unemployed men and women. F·E·G·S (Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc. also doing business as F·E·G·S Health and Human Services System and F·E·G·S) has evolved to become the largest and most diversified private, not-for-profit health related and human service organization in the United States. With operations in over 258 facilities, residences, and off-site locations, F·E·G·S has served more than two million people since its inception. Services are delivered in the areas of Employment & Training, Education & Youth, Career Development, Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities, Residential, Rehabilitation, Family Services and Homecare. F·E·G·S operates programs throughout the metropolitan New York area, and provides consultation and technical assistance to government, organizations, and businesses throughout the United States and abroad.

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We offer innovative financial products and services providing affordable capital to the disabled market. We are the only existing national CDFI to focus exclusively on Disabilities Projects.

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