Self-Determination and Revitalization of Integrated Employment - Wisconsin
04/19/2007 | 965 Requests *
Wisconsin uses MIG funds to increase integrated employment using strategies such as vocational planning, peer support, social enterprises, and self-employment. The first resource here presents best practices in integrated employment from 23 states. The rest are manuals and training materials for replicating vocational planning, social enterprise, and self-employment programs.
Mills PhD, Lisa A.; Rosimos, Doreen S.; Smith, Darcy L.
- Best Practices Report PDF (606K, 98 pages)
- Vocational Planning Manual PDF (1,201K, 130 pages)
- Social Enterprise Toolkit PDF (653K, 62 pages)
- Self-Employment Training Manual PDF (302K, 35 pages)
Community Inclusion; Peer Supports; integrated employment; vocational planning; Pathways to Independence; supported employment; social enterprise; micro enterprise
Consumer/Participant Direction, Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, Employment Programs, Medicaid Infrastructure Grant (MIG), Mental Health, Psychiatric Disabilities/Mental Illness, State/Agency Information
Manuals, Reports, Training materials, Toolkit
Grantee produced, Wisconsin
California, Colorado, Florida, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, All States/Territories
Permission to use any element of this document should be obtained by the above named contact person. Always name the originator as the source of this material.
* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007