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The program funds supports and services to help people experiencing disabilities overcome barriers to labour force participation.
This includes supports and services to ensure their successful participation in training or education that is needed to prepare for employment, as well as those needed to obtain and maintain employment.
Individuals who, because of a disability, require specialized supports to prepare for, obtain and/or maintain employment.
Employers who are hiring a person with a disability may receive support for the disability-related costs of accommodating that person. For example, technical supports, job coaching and job shadowing.
In addition, to be eligible for funding, employer supports should:
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