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Employer Appreciation: recognizing inclusive employers in our community

Last Wednesday, Lifetime Networks and 7 other agencies gathered to appreciate some exemplary local businesses. Employers were invited for drinks and appetizers at the Cedar Hill Golf Course, and were presented with certificates recognizing their commitment to inclusive hiring practices. 475 more words

Breaking down barriers with Supported Employment  

King County’s Supported Employment Program matches job seekers with developmental disabilities to jobs by identifying efficiencies and unmet needs throughout King County government.    

King County is celebrating Disability Awareness Month in October and recognizing the work that County employees do to serve and support people with disabilities in our community, including the Supported Employment Program. 131 more words

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Positive Changes for People on PWD

SEPTEMBER is DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT MONTH

OCTOBER is COMMUNITY INCLUSION MONTH

This summer we welcomed our new NDP provincial government into office, and already we are seeing some positive changes. 301 more words

Introduction

Hi everyone!  It’s me, Greg.  Thanks for visiting my blog!  I hope you will read something here that helps you or inspires you in some way.   515 more words

Recognized for Selfless Service to People with Developmental Disabilities

Since 1997, Regional Center of Orange County, a private, nonprofit organization contracted by the State of California to coordinate lifelong services and support for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, hosts an annual event called the Spotlight Awards. 230 more words

Goodwill Of Orange County

Small Steps, Big Dreams

Supported employment is one of the most important supports that we offer at George Chambers. For those of you who don’t know what supported employment is, we created an award-winning video a few years ago about that very subject, which you can watch… 230 more words

Our Work

Project SEARCH programs statewide hold commencement ceremonies (photo gallery)

Project SEARCH, the Alabama program launched in 2012 to provide students with significant disabilities professional work experience, held 10 graduations at different program sites statewide throughout the month of May. 201 more words

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