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Veterans with disabilities are in all types of careers and at all levels. There are no “special” jobs for those with disabilities.
Misperceptions about disability abound in the media and in our shared understanding. When you bring these misperceptions to bear on your own disability, this is called internalized stigma. Develop the habit of questioning your assumptions about disability.
Research tells us that most of what we need to learn to be successful at work is learned outside the classroom, through real-life experiences in the workplace.
Your choice about disclosing your disability during hiring has no bearing on your right to an accommodation once hired.
Workers who use job accommodations are not less qualified to do the job. Reasonable accommodation is a right of all workers who have a disability and are employed at a workplace covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).