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Press Release: New Report from ICI on Routes to Employment in US and UK - Strategies to Improve Integrated Service Delivery

In the United States and the United Kingdom there are large numbers of working age people with disabilities who are not working and claiming benefits: 10.6 million in the US and 2.64 million in the UK. This report has identified strategies that Public Employment Services activities in both the US and the UK have used in delivering services in a way that meets the more complex employment support needs of people with disabilities within systems designed for the “universal” job seeker as well as investigating how effective these strategies are in reaching that goal.

Provisions in the Final Regulations Governing the State VR Program Describing the Interplay with WIA and TWWIIA

Policy Brief 7

This brief describes the provisions of the final regulation regarding the responsibilities of Vocational Rehabilitation in the statewide workforce investment system and the relationship between VR and the Ticket to Work.

A Preliminary Analysis of the Relationship Between the Workforce Investment Act and the Federal Disability Policy Framework

This paper uses the basic conceptual framework of federal disability policy to identify Department of Labor policies regarding the needs of people with disabilities under the Workforce Investment Act.

An Accessibility Guide to Community Technology Centers in Massachusetts

Resource Guide

The product of the study is this guide about the accessibility of community technology centers (CTCs) that participated in this survey. This guide includes general information about each center, and the facility, programmatic and technology accessibility and accommodations provided to assist people with disabilities.

People with Disabilities: Having a Voice in the Creation of the New Workforce Investment System

Tools for Inclusion 11

This publication informs people with disabilities and advocates about the opportunities available for input into WIA implementation at the state and local level.

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities