Work Without Limits Blog

Forbes: ‘How To Help Shoppers With Disabilities This Season’

Article originally posted on Forbes.com What do customers with disabilities want more than anything? To be treated like people first, people who also happen to have a disability. As we begin the holiday dash, these suggestions on everything from retail... Read more >

Raise the Bar HIRE! 2018 Conference Re-Cap

On October 10, 2018 and in recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Work Without Limits hosted the 6th annual Raise the Bar HIRE! conference, this year in partnership with the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). The conference was jam-packed with inspiring speakers, educational... Read more >

Meet the Work Without Limits Team: Peter Travisano

What is your name, title, and role with Work Without Limits? My name is Peter Travisano and I am the Program Manager for the Work Without Limits Administrative Employment Network or AEN.                ... Read more >

Meet the Work Without Limits Team: Stephanie Major

What is your name, title and role with Work Without Limits? My name is Stephanie Major and I am a Data Entry Clerk for UMass Medical School. I provide administrative support to Work Without Limits and particularly the Benefits Counseling... Read more >

‘Where is the help? I want to work!’

Ever since I began working as a trained and certified Community Work Incentive Coordinator (CWIC) providing benefits counseling to individuals with disabilities, the conversation always starts with these questions: “Can I work?” “How much I can work?” “What will happen... Read more >

The Massachusetts Business Leadership Network is now Disability:IN Massachusetts

This year marks Work Without Limits’ (WWL) 10 year anniversary and a change to the Massachusetts Business Leadership Network (MABLN)! Always remaining true to our mission of increasing the employment rate of individuals with disabilities, we have experienced new growth... Read more >

Work Without Limits Administrative Employment Network: Building Capacity Where it is Needed Most

Employment can enrich the lives of people with disabilities by providing better financial security, and more fulfilling personal and social experiences. The Social Security Administration (SSA) understands this and knows that many people with disabilities who are seeking employment face unique barriers.... Read more >