Supported Employment: Strategies for Integration of Workers with Disabilities
Supported Employment is a practical, comprehensive guide aimed at supported employment professionals. The text provides information on job development, client assessment, and job site training. It also includes critical analyses of the various models and of the influence of the family in job selection. Critical management issues such as staffing, program evaluation, conversion, vocational integration, and effective use of counsellors are covered in depth.
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