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For more information on the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) and how they might help you, Click Here. 

This program can help people with disabilities prepare for, find, or keep a job.

Below are examples of areas they help with:

  • Training in Job Skills and Behavioral Skills
  • Employment Assessing and Planning
  • Treatment and/or Therapy to Lessen Employment Obstacles
  • Hearing Exams, Hearing Aids and Other Communications Equipment, and Interpreter Services
  • Job Placement Assistance
  • Rehabilitation Technology such as Artificial Limbs, etc.
  • Counseling to Assist with Obtaining or Maintain Employment

If you would like to call instead of visiting their website, here are the numbers:


Division for Rehabilitative Services


Division for the Blind


The founder of EDL personally knows how far help can go. In the middle of law school, 2010, he suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury. He had to relearn how to do the most basic activities like walking or talking. With self determination and help from therapy and the department of assistive and rehabilitative services (DARS), he graduated law school and created this nonprofit. Without help, he firmly believes things would have turned out much different. That is why EDL wants to help. We know firsthand how much of a difference it makes.

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