Community of Practice
The Disability Employment TA Center invites you to participate in our Tier One-National Community of Practice, which will provide access to educational webinars, virtual communications, specific TA events and activities, and informational resources that will be useful across various stakeholders. The goal of hosting a national Community of Practice is to create collaborative learning opportunities for all AoD grantees and other stakeholders who work with AoD grantees to improve competitive, integrated employment (CIE) outcomes and economic advancement of individuals with disabilities.
To join the National Community of Practice, register here.
Listen to our podcasts from AoD grantees, employers, workers with disabilities and some of the nation’s foremost subject matter experts on various topics related to the employment and economic advancement of people with disabilities.
“Am I Not?” A Conversation with Angela Greene on Leaving the Sheltered Workshop for Competitive Integrated Employment
In this episode, we talk with Angela Greene. After 21 years in a sheltered workshop, she left in favor of competitive integrated employment as a
The National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA), Customized and Supported Employment Trends Across Populations Podcast
Check out the podcast by The National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA), Customized and Supported Employment Trends Across Populations.
Following last month’s webinar, “Celebrating Olmstead: It’s Time for 14(c) Phase-Out: Lessons Learned from Advancing Legislation & Leaving the Shop”, we go deeper with one
Enjoy our monthly blogs written by AoD grantees and their partners, subject matter experts, employers, and self-advocates related to emerging themes and innovations in supporting employment and economic advancement of people with disabilities.
Looking Inward: Assessment of Your Organization’s Current Culture for Promoting a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive (DEI) Workforce)
“It is hard to become something you never imagined” Hasan Davis, Hope Dealer “Our communities have been engaged in unprecedented civil rights protests, calling for
My name is Nicole LeBlanc, and I’m the self-advocate engagement consultant with the AoD Disability Employment TA Center and a disability advocate. I was diagnosed
In President Biden’s Inaugural address to the nation, he said that we are living in “a time of testing” that requires boldness to address the