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Different disabilities, so different forms of support needed - TODAYonline

Different disabilities, so different forms of support needed - TODAYonline | Supported Employment | Scoop.it
Different disabilities, so different forms of support needed
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I agree with the writer of “Integrated employment support team needed for people with disabilities” (Feb 22), on the need to know the core principles of supported employment.
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Tributes to Sheffield disability rights campaigner Christine - The Star Says - The Star

Tributes to Sheffield disability rights campaigner Christine - The Star Says - The Star | Supported Employment | Scoop.it
TRIBUTES have been paid to a teacher turned disability rights campaigner who has died aged 67.

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Accessing the Future – Inclusive Technologies and Learning Disability in Education and Employment Conference

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This handout has been created for the NDCO Accessing the Future Conference, held in the Hunter Valley on Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th December 2011.

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The effectiveness of supported employment in people with dual disorders (USA)

Compared to more gradualist approaches, with appropriate support targeted at rapidly achieving this objective, far more mentally ill problem substance users in the USA were enabled to find competitive employment in the open labour market rather than sheltered placements.


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Supported employment outcomes for transition age youth and young adults

Author(s): Burke-Miller, J. , Razzano, L.A. , Grey, D.D. , Blyler, C.R.

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Look at supported-employment models for disabled people - TODAYonline

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Look at supported-employment models for disabled people
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Supported employment is a strategic approach to creating appropriate jobs for people with disabilities and those from socially disadvantaged groups.
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Seeing Possibilities, Not Disabilities - Parkersburg News

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As those citizens began living within the general community in larger numbers, programs to provide career planning, job coaching and supported employment were created.
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Jack Ashley remembered by Bernard Donoughue

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The tireless campaigner for disability rights never forgot his working-class roots, says his friend and fellow Labour peer Jack Ashley was a widely admired MP and campaigner; his friend Lord Donoughue served as senior policy adviser to the Labour...

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The monetary benefits and costs of hiring supported employees: A pilot study.

Cimera, R. (2009). The monetary benefits and costs of hiring supported employees: A pilot study. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 30, 111 – 119. (available by subscription or for purchase)
“This paper illustrates the implementation of a new cost-accounting methodology that can be used to measure the monetary outcomes of supported employment from the perspective of employers. The methodology attempts to ascertain which “type” of employee (i.e., workers with disabilities versus workers without disabilities) is most economical for employers to hire. Avenues for future research are also presented.”


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