April 2013

What’s Wrong With Employment Inclusion? (Part 2 of 2)

Find Part one of this blog post here. Government funding for employment services for people with disabilities generally falls into two categories. Type one is best described as ‘Project Funding’ which is generally based in strategic procurement, requests for proposals (for which there is intense competition) and 1 – 3 year long contracts based on …

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What’s Wrong with Employment Inclusion? (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1 of 2 Since the mid 1980’s the Supported Employment Movement has been working to facilitate the employment inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities. The basic model has branched out to serve people with different types of disabilities and barriers to employment and it has undergone some name changes and ‘re-branding’  along the way. …

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