February 24, 2014
Every year, the Disability.gov team introduces creative ways to help people with disabilities and their loved ones find the information they need quickly and efficiently – without the headache of searching on numerous sites. After all, the mission of Disability.gov has always been to connect people of all abilities to the programs and services they need to fully participate in their communities. Essentially, Disability.gov is a huge directory of resources from government agencies, academic institutions and nonprofit organizations.
So how should you go about finding information on Disability.gov? A few months ago, we launched the “Guide Me” tool to make searching on the site easier by walking visitors through four steps. Take a look at how each step-by-step decision you make changes the number of search results you will receive after using the tool (i.e., after Step Four).