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The ACCESS Main Street website is supported in part by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, on behalf of the division of Long Term Care, Office of Independence and Employment Pathways Medicaid Infrastructure Grant.  The opinions contained in this publication are those of the grantee and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Health Services.

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Disability is part of the natural diversity of human life. It touches all of us, whether through our own individual experience or that of a family member, neighbor, friend or colleague. As such, we all have a role in—and benefit to gain from—advancing equality for people with disabilities in all sectors of society, including the workplace. 

Assistant Secretary Kathy Martinez, Office of Disability Employment Policy