Work Without Limits assists individuals with disabilities who are actively seeking employment or looking to advance in their careers by connecting them with employers through career fairs and our online job board.
Additionally, we assist individuals with disabilities and their family members by helping them to understand how working and earning wages affects public benefits such as SSI, SSDI, Medicaid and Medicare. We also help to keep you up to date on the latest news, stories and events through email blasts and social media. For more information on all of these services, see below.
Jobs Without Limits is Work Without Limits online job board specifically for job seekers with disabilities seeking to work and advance their careers in Massachusetts, and for the employers who want to hire them. Jobs Without Limits was created by Work Without Limits because Massachusetts employers told us they wanted one central place they could go to find qualified candidates with disabilities. Visit Jobs Without Limits and get working by creating your profile and uploading a resume today!
Work Without Limits hosts career fairs and similar networking events for job seekers with disabilities and leading Massachusetts employers. Check out our events calendar and sign up for our email list to get notices and updates on all Work Without Limits happenings.
BenePLAN is a program of Work Without Limits that assists individuals receiving public benefits — in particular those who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) — to understand how working and earning or increasing wages impacts these and other public benefits such as MassHealth/Medicaid, Medicare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Subsidized Housing, and Veterans Benefits.
If you are currently receiving benefits and have questions about how they will be affected by going to work or increasing your hours or wages, our team of highly skilled and experienced Community Work Incentives Coordinators (CWICs) can help. Visit the BenePLAN website now for more information.