Using Discovery as a Tool to Increase Employment and Decrease Poverty in Partnership with Centers for Independent Living

A Technical Resource for Federally-funded Centers for Independent Living, Developmental Disabilities Network, and Traumatic Brain Injury State Partnership Programs

Authors: Abby Cooper, Kennedy Douglas Consulting; Nancy Brooks-Lane, Griffin-Hammis Associates; Tricia Jones-Parkin, Utah State University, August 2021

Disability Employment Technical Assistance Center-2021-GENERAL-1

 

Description: This model is based upon the guiding principle of Zero Exclusion, which means that not one person is excluded from working. Although this resource is tailored to support CILs that are interested in incorporating discovery in their work, there are actually some great take-aways for all AoD grantees.

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