supported employment

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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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27

Mar'13

Low Productivity: More of An Excuse than Obstacle to Real Work

Several issues reside in the heated discussions over the need to change the traditional day service model for people with disabilities. …

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27

Sep'12

Lessons from Down Under

I am writing this post after providing a week’s worth of training to the staff of NOVA Employment, just outside …

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10

Jan'12

Job Customization and the Babbage Principle: It’s Nothing New

Charles Babbage was an inventor who in the mid-1800s first came up with the idea of a programmable computer. His …

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11

Apr'11

Thoughts on Employment First: Don’t Water it Down!

Employment First refers to a relatively new movement to change public policy for individuals with disabilities who receive publicly funded …

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25

Mar'07

Employability is a Given, Not Line to Cross

During a recent training course about supported employment I gave, I found myself in a debate with a manager of …

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12

Feb'07

Update to the Subminimum Wage Issue

Here is an interesting development concerning the sub-minimum wage issue (see my previous post). Six states enacted measures last year …

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Feb'07

Sub-Minimum Wages: A Disability Oxymoron

Arizona state legislators recently held a hearing to review the state’s new minimum-wage law, which provides $6.75 an hour and …

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