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Entrepreneural Help For Disabled People


Entrepreneural Help For Disabled People By Johann Grant

 

 

Lately, disabled people have been able to achieve feats that were never possible before. As technology was able to get ahead of itself, the number of disabled people who were able to break barriers beyond their physical capacity increased.


 Lately, disabled people have been able to achieve feats that were never possible before. As technology was able to get ahead of itself, the number of disabled people who were able to break barriers beyond their physical capacity increased. Soon after, they even surpassed others who never possessed similar physical challenges. Having said that, disabled would-be entrepreneurs also dream of making a difference in the world.

Breaching the corporate world is no joke, especially if you're challenging giants in the business. Every company with a resounding name started small. And in a dog-eat-dog realm, more importantly for the disabled, it would make a huge impact if help is given. One option is to turn to the government. It may not exactly help your finances to start the business, but it will give common information that is vital for business survival.

Here is a list of dependable references:

* Small Business Administration (SBA)
- This provides business plan setups and information stops advisory and additional support. Visit their site at www.sba.gov or call them at their toll-free number 1-800-U-ASK-SBA (1-800-827-5722) for detailed inquiries.

* State Vocational Rehabilitation Office
- Prepares disabled people for employment to have economic self-sufficiency and personal independence. Employment, transportation needs like getting a driver's license, a vehicle, or both, residence-work proximity modification, and such are the few services that it gives. It also gives counseling and direction to concerning people who need help with finances, legality, and career.

* U.S. Business Advisor
- Informs about the services of the U.S. government regarding the business community. Visit www.business.gov to get more insight.
* Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)
- A private, non-profit organization made up of retired business executives in the entire United States. Retirees aid by sharing tricks-of-the-trade to people who wish to expand or start businesses. It has online workshops and part free professional business counseling throughout the whole country.

 

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