An elderly man smiles as a pair of hands clasp around his
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    If you lost your benefit because you needed more time to apply, you may be eligible to get it back.
A few people with different abilities stand around a sign
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    NYC is the first to be part of Empowered Cities, a multi-year national initiative to develop training, tools, curricula, technology, and research to advance the financial empowerment of people with disabilities. Learn more about Empowered Cities Here
MOPD Launches ASL Direct
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    Those within the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community can now contact MOPD in American Sign Language (ASL) Learn more
Photo of Commissioner Victor Calise, Deputy Mayor Buery and members of the Business Development Council, smiling holding a few copies of AccessibleNYC on a rooftop outside.
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    New York City is proud to announce the 2nd edition of AccessibleNYC, a comprehensive plan to improve quality of life for New Yorkers with disabilities in the areas of: transportation, employment, housing, health, access (to City services) and education. Read full AccessibleNYC Report here



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