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Asumiendo la realidad: VIH y cancer en el lugar de trabajo

Research to Practice - Issue #21S

Los avances en el tratamiento médico del cáncer y del VIH han permitido que cada vez más gente que los padece continúe trabajando o vuelva a trabajar. El presente informe presenta las experiencias vividas por personas que padecen alguna de estas enfermedades, describe las semejanzas y contrastes que se detectaron al estudiar estas experiencias e incluye algunas recomendaciones.

Building Community Connections: Designing a Future That Works

Manual

This networking training manual outlines a curriculum that teaches individuals with disabilities to use their contacts in a job search. Topics covered include tapping the hidden job market, using networks to find a job and develop careers, creating a mutually beneficial relationship with potential employers, dealing with disclosure, and working with service providers.

Facilitating Workplace Supports

Video

Illustrates strategies to increase the involvement of family, friends, and coworkers in providing workplace support to individuals with disabilities across four major stages of the employment experience: the job search, job design, learning the job, and connecting to workplace culture.

Employment Advisory Boards: The Ultimate Community Resource

Institute Brief 8

Strategies for establishing links to the business community and relationships with prospective employers through the development of employment advisory boards.

Access for All: A Resource Manual for Meeting the Needs of One-Stop Customers with Disabilities

Resource Guide 6

This comprehensive manual is designed to enhance the ability of One-Stop Career Centers to meet the needs of people with disabilities, and provides practical information on a variety of topics, including etiquette; job development and accommodations; working with the disability service system; legal guidelines; and extensive resources.

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities