Michigan AgrAbility Program for Agricultural Workers With Disabilities
The Michigan AgrAbility Program assists agricultural workers who have physical and mental disabilities, including such disabilities as amputation, arthritis, spinal cord injury, and hearing impairments. Education and evaluation assistance are available to accommodate disabilities, eliminate barriers, and create a favorable climate among rural service providers for people with disabilities. Established in 1992 by MSU Extension's Farm Safety Program, the Michigan AgrAbility Program is now under the direction of the Easter Seals Society of Michigan, Inc. Michigan State University Extension's Farm Safety Program is a source of information on the Michigan AgrAbility Program for farmers with disabilities who wish to remain in agricultural work occupations.
100 E. State Street, Suite G-100, St. Johns, MI, 48879
Agricultural workers with disabilities.
MSU Extension; East Seals Society of Michigan, Inc, Michigan Farm Bureau, Michigan Rehab Services, and United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan.
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