ICI publications by John Butterworth

Conversion to Integrated Employment: Case Studies of Organizational Change, Volume 2

Case studies of organizations that closed a sheltered workshop or segregated program and replaced it with integrated employment or other community-based activities for individuals with disabilities. These monographs analyze the change process to help other agencies pursue a similar goal. (0/1999)

Trends in Supported Employment: The Experiences of 94 Community Rehabilitation Service Providers from 1986 - 1991

A follow-back study (data from 1986 and 1991) examined service patterns of community rehabilitation providers for supported employment, competitive employment, and sheltered workshops. (8/1996)

Community Rehabilitation Programs and Organizational Change: A Mentor Guide to Increase Customized Employment Outcomes

This manual is the result of T-TAP’s work with 15 community rehabilitation providers and 10 leadership organizations that served as mentors. It addresses the role of mentors in supporting organizational change and development, lessons learned from participating community rehabilitation providers about the change process, and provides tools and information to support the process of restructuring and developing capacity to expand integrated employment. The manual should be helpful both to organizations committed to improving employment outcomes and to organizations that are serving as formal or informal mentors to support a change process.

The 2010-2011 National Survey of Community Rehabilitation Providers: 
Estimating the Number of Community Rehabilitation Providers in the United States

This is the second in a series of research to practice briefs based on the 2010–2011 National Survey of Community Rehabilitation Providers (CRPs) funded by the Administration on Developmental Disabilities and the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. (5/2013)

Indicators for Improving Educational, Employment, and Economic Outcomes for Youth and Young Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The following report summarizes available national data on educational, employment and economic outcomes for youth and young adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) over the years 2000-2010. These data can be used to benchmark progress in improving these outcomes for young adult population across the country and within individual states. Data is reported separately for two age groups of young adults (16-21 and 22-30) in order to capture possible differences between youth likely to still be receiving school services (through age 21) and those who have moved on from the education system. (10/2012)

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