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Customized Employment

  • Essential Elements:

    This is a document that outlines elements that subject matter experts determined are essential to the practice of Customized Employment (CE). Funders such as VR agencies can use this information to inform Requests for Proposals for training in CE, the development of contracts with providers of CE services and evaluating the effectiveness of CE practices.

  • Recommendations for Customized Employment Practices:
    This document outlines practices that subject matter experts recommend for effectively practicing CE. This document focuses on practices related to Customized Job Development. This document can also inform training on and evaluation of CE.
  • The WINTAC did a survey of customized employment rates paid by VR programs across the nation. If you would like to see what other VR agencies are paying for customized employment, you can view the spreadsheet by clicking here.
  • The Office of Disability and Employment Policy (ODEP), LEAD Center, provides Customized Employment (CE) resources and webinars on their website:  LEAD Center - Customized Employment

    That website includes information on:

  • CE Implementation and distinctions with SE
    A Power Point by Marc Gold & Assoc. that contrasts Customized Employment and Supported Employment and includes slides on Labor Market Development and the need for customization and Discovery. Posted with permission from March Gold & Assoc.
  • This document is a brief description and presentation of the Customized Employment Competency Model. Produced under the U.S Department of Labor.
  • A summary report on Customized Employment Grants and Workforce Action Grants funded by U. S. Dept. of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy and prepared by the National Center on Workforce and Disability/Adult, April 2007.
  • Thought Sauce! Hot Ideas for Cool Employment! Foundational Readings in Customized Employment from Griffin-Hammis Associates, LLC & the Center for Social Capital, Inc.

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Supported Employment

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Competitive Integrated Employment

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Business Engagement

 

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