ICI publications by Jean E. Winsor

Patterns of State, County, and Local ID/DD Funding Allocation

State, County, and Local ID/DD dollars are one of the largest sources of funds for day and employment services; additionally as a funding source that is directly controlled within each state it is one of the most flexible sources of dollars for day and employment services. As Figure 1 shows, the allocation of these funds varied based upon year and service category: integrated employment, community based non-work, facility based work, and facility based non-work. (9/9)

Community employment training by and for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Tennessee

Project Income was a joint venture between the Tennessee Microboards Association (statewide organization that supports individual microboards, which procure and oversee supports and services) and People First of Tennessee (a statewide self-advocacy organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities). The focus of the project was to educate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) and their families about the benefits of and opportunities for community employment.

Pushing the Integrated Employment Agenda: Case Study Research in Tennessee

State intellectual disabilities/developmental disabilities (IDDD) agencies vary widely in their investment in integrated employment as part of their overall day and employment supports. This brief is part of a series of publications highlighting findings from case studies in states that have developed initiatives to expand integrated employment. These products are intended to be a practical resource for other states as they work to help people with disabilities obtain and maintain gainful employment.

Washington: Collaborating with a Community College and a Supported-Employment Agency to Facilitate the Transition From High School to Community Employment

Since 2006, the Shoreline Public School District in King County, Washington has partnered with Shoreline Community College (SCC) to offer an off-campus transition program for young adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). While participants are still in high school, the Community Based Transition Program offers a structured step between their high-school and post-secondary education and employment in the community.

State Intellectual and Developmental Disability Agencies' Service Trends

DataNote No.44

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities