Work Without Limits establishes relationships with educational institutions, community-based organizations and government agencies that provide employment services to individuals with disabilities. We call these organizations our Community Partners, the purpose of which is to connect them and the job seekers they represent to the disability-inclusive employers that are members of the Work Without Limits Business Network we manage. Business Network members have job and intern opportunities available and are committed to including people with disabilities in their workplaces. To learn more about becoming a Work Without Limits Community Partner, contact Kathy Muhr at Kathy.Muhr@umassmed.edu or 508-856-3533.
Work Without Limits also offers a variety of other training, consulting and capacity building services for employment service organizations. Learn more about our service offerings below.
Work Without Limits forms partnerships with organizations that provide employment services to individuals with disabilities such as colleges and universities, state agencies, and community-based organizations. Work Without Limits connects these Community Partners to members of our Business Network of disability-inclusive employers, that are seeking to connect to qualified candidates with disabilities. Through these partnerships, we work to understand each other’s value and services and promote those services among Work Without Limits’ business and community partners.
The Work Without Limits Employment Network (EN) provides the administrative functions that allow community-based organizations to access payments through the Social Security Ticket to Work program. The EN also offers ongoing benefits counseling to support Social Security beneficiaries as they work and increase their earnings.
Work Without Limits Benefits Counseling assists individuals with disabilities to understand how work earnings or wage increases affect eligibility for public benefits, such as SSI, SSDI, Medicaid, and/or Medicare.
Our team of certified Community Work Incentives Coordinators serve Massachusetts residents residing in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex and Worcester counties. We also provide benefits counseling to New York residents residing in Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Schoharie and Washington counties.
Training & Consulting
Training for employment service providers address a number of topics related to some of the biggest employment challenges that people with disabilities face including how work income affects public benefits such as SSI, SSDI, Medicare and Medicaid. We also offer training for job developers and employment specialists on how to effectively engage employers.
Work Without Limits offers educational and networking events for employers, service providers, and individuals with disabilities. Our events include our Raise the Bar HIRE! conference, career fairs, and Disability Mentoring Day. All events require generous sponsors to make them happen, so please consider a sponsorship today!
Promote your brand as a disability inclusion leader and contribute to impactful opportunities, events, and inclusive change for individuals with disabilities.
- Demonstrate innovative and inclusive leadership
- Increase brand recognition as a champion of workplace disability inclusion
- Boost employee, customer and supplier loyalty
- Attract diverse candidates with disabilities at all levels of employment
- Expand community outreach and enhance positive public relations with target markets
Work Without Limits offers a number of opportunities for our Community Partners to connect with employers that are committed to including people with disabilities in their workplaces. When you sign up with Work Without Limits, you receive an exclusive invitation to join our private LinkedIn group that includes leading disability inclusive businesses seeking to connect with qualified candidates with disabilities.
Work Without Limits offers information and resources to employment service providers and community organizations including information and tip sheets, resource guides and links to local and national organizations.