Frequently Asked Questions

We often receive information requests on a popular topic, or one that may be pertinent to other patrons. The Frequently Asked Questions below may have just the answer you're looking for! If your question is not answered here, please send us a request and we'll answer within one business day. You might also try our toll-free information line or chat program to speak directly with an information specialist.

The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research funds approximately 250 projects each year, ranging from individual Switzer Research Fellowships to multi-year Model Systems. With the exception of the Switzer...
To learn more about your benefits, the following websites will provide the information and resources you will need: To learn what federal benefits you are eligible for and how to apply for them, please visit Benefits.gov. You can also visit Disability.gov...
Our library is often confused with the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC-ENIC) in the UK. UK NARIC is the UK’s National Agency responsible for providing information and opinion on academic, vocational and professional qualifications...
According to the Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a “type of depression that is related to changes in the seasons” and “begins and ends at about the same time every year.” Most people with SAD begin to have symptoms in the fall and which...
There are several resources available to help you start your business, find funding, and build your network. The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) has links to resources in each state for economic development and funding. The US Small Business...

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