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Pushing the Integrated Employment Agenda: Case Study Research in Washington State

Case Studies 15

This is the second in a series of publications highlighting findings from case studies in three states that are recognized as high performers in integrated employment. Respondents discuss their success and how they handled challenges.

Community-Based Non-Work Services: Findings from the National Survey of Day and Employment Programs for People with Developmental Disabilities

Research to Practice 42

As community-based services for adults with developmental disabilities develop, one category remains underexplored: community-based non-work (CBNW). Findings from an ICI survey show that while CBNW is a growing part of the service mix, its definitions and requirements remain fuzzy.

CommonHealth

MassWorks 3

The issue of the MassWorks newsletter discusses MassHealth CommonHealth and the options it offers working people with disabilities.

Employment Services and Outcomes of People Receiving Welfare Benefits and Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Research to Practice 40

Poverty programs have undergone substantial reform in the past decade, and there has been a heightened interest in exploring the experiences of people with disabilities who receive welfare benefits. This report profiles people with disabilities who had TANF, GA, or both at application to VR services and completed these services in the year 2003.

Pushing the Integrated Employment Agenda: Case Study Research in New Hampshire

Case Studies 14

Employment for people with severe disabilities was legitimized in P.L. 99457. However, some states have made more progress than others in helping individuals with disabilities achieve successful employment outcomes. New Hampshire was identified as a "high-performing" state based on criteria aimed at assessing overall commitment to community inclusion. This case study examines the reasons behind the state's success.

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities