The study abroad program is one of the most popular types of international programs in which participants travel to the United States and enroll in a nursing program or a learning English language arts program, which are both available to adults with disabilities.
These programs are often popular with the international community, especially as they allow the students to meet with the person who will be their caregiver during their stay in the United State.
While there are different types of study abroad, the programs offered in the U.S. typically focus on the specific needs of people with disabilities, with a focus on job placement, language learning and social interaction.
Learn more about study abroad.
The United States has many other programs for people with special needs, such as the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Diabetes Association.
Learn about programs for special needs.
For people who are unable to work while in the country, there are many options available to assist them.
Many of these programs are run by companies that provide work-related services to the people with whom they work, such the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, the National Federation of the Blind, and the National Council of the Social Services.