ICI publications by Alberto Migliore

What Are the Employment Experiences of Youth with Autism After High School?

Data Source: The National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS-2) (9/2012)

Improving Job Development Through Training and Mentorship

Improving Job Development Through Training and Mentorship (12/2011)

Setting Higher Employment Expectations for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities

Setting Higher Employment Expectations for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities (9/2011)

Students with Autism: Setting Higher Expectations for Postsecondary Education

Setting expectations and goals in high school is key for a successful transition into adulthood. Postsecondary education is a particularly important goal because higher levels of educational attainment are associated with increased quality of life, including better employment outcomes. Unfortunately, the transition plans of students with autism do not often include postsecondary education as a goal. (4/2011)

Postsecondary Education and Employment Outcomes for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities

Completion of postsecondary education is commonly associated with better employment outcomes for the general population. There is increasing interest in postsecondary education as an opportunity for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID). One role that vocational rehabilitation (VR) serves is to support postsecondary education in accordance with their Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE). (1/2009)

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities