Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A disability or disabilities should give no hindrance to success. You can make your own mark regardless of your circumstances. For instance, you may have heard of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He suffered from polio for a good portion of his life that paralyzed him from the waist down. However, he soon taught himself to walk short distances and was elected to the governorship of New York and later became President of the United States. He never allowed polio to gain the upper hand in his life and thus, he strongly led his country out of the struggles of the Great Depression and a war effort to defeat imperialism and Nazism. Roosevelt is seen by many as being one of the greatest Presidents the United States has ever had in office.

More of our Presidents had other disabilities too. John F. Kennedy suffered from severe back pain. Thomas Jefferson, the writer of the Declaration of Independence, was known to have learning disabilities. Ronald Reagan, who was an actor before becoming President, was hearing impaired. The point is, there are many examples of famous and not so famous people that have overcome their disabilities to be successful in their lines of work.

That is where we, EmployReward Solutions, come in to help you. We are here to provide you with opportunities to be successful regardless of your current situation or disabilities. Have you been out of work for so long you don’t know where to start? Are you worried how a disability will affect you as you look for a job? Struggling to build a resume and don’t know where to begin?

EmployReward Solutions (ERS) works under the Ticket to Work program sponsored by the Social Security Administration. The Ticket to Work program assists those who are disabled who want to go back to work or are currently working. It provides a way to protect disability benefits while you are working. We at ERS will work with you as we coach you along the way to get back to work. Need help writing a resume? Don’t know where to begin when looking for a job? Do you need some tips to ace the tough interview process? Are you looking for some housing or transportation assistance so that your job outlook and future can be even brighter? ERS can help in all of the above and more.

If we can help you please contact us at 1 (888) 322-9570. We are here to assist you from 8AM-9PM Eastern Standard Time Monday through Friday. One of our many career coaches can guide you in the process to leading a life where your disability or disabilities won’t affect you in a successful life and career.

Travis Sinclair

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