supported employment

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Jan'15

How Should Job Developers Spend Their Time?

The link mentioned at the end of this video is in the yellow block on the right at the TRN Web …

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10

Oct'14

Agency-Owned Social Enterprises: Is It Draining Resources for Employment of People with Disabilities?

Come down to our ice cream shop! Your patronage supports jobs for the people with disabilities who work here! Hmmm. …

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05

Sep'14

Sub-Minimum Wage Battle Heating Up

The continuing controversy regarding using sub-minimum wage for workers with disabilities (using special worker certificates under Section 14(c) of the …

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29

Apr'14

Finally! A Civil Rights Breakthrough

 The following is a guest post by my colleague Bob Lawhead. – Dale On April 8, 2014 the U.S. Department …

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27

Feb'14

Overcoming the Multi-Tasking Bias of Employers in Hiring

In my previous post, commenters noted the benefits of my proposed supported employment process of Plan-Match-Support, but worried about a …

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29

Jan'14

Moving Beyond “Place, then Train”

When supported employment first challenged the status quo of sheltered work over 25 years ago, the mantra was that it …

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02

Dec'13

The Two Sides of the Employment First Coin

Like a two-sided coin, the advocacy movement of Employment First has two core linked components.  The first side is about …

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30

Sep'13

Workshops: The Burden of Proof is On You

Over the last year, I’ve been in front of numerous audiences to discuss the concept of Employment First and the …

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18

Jun'13

30

Apr'13

The Good, Bad and Ugly: Trying to End Obsolete Sheltered Work in Oregon

The state of Oregon, like it or not, will have a spotlight shining on it as it plans the future …

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