B4-H: Inclusive Professional Development References

In today’s job market, people with disabilities including those with autism often struggle to find meaningful and secure employment. Job hunting can be scary due to the unknowns including where they will find work, if their co-workers accept them, having access to benefits, and other components. In today’s economy, people with disabilities want to work to be part of their communities. The goals are not only professionals must understand accommodations and recommendations, but what are the inclusive recruiting practices; and candidates must utilize resources to use while looking for employment.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Participants will understand how effective accommodations and recommendations are associated with employment.
2. The community will comprehend the inclusive recruiting practices in job selection as part of industrial psychology.
3. Attendees will learn techniques they can be utilizing while looking for employment.

Adult Employment Self Advocacy Transition


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