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The 2014 NDEAM theme, EXPECT.EMPLOY.EMPOWER. appears in large white letters at the center of the poster on a blue backdrop of a collage of images of people with disabilities in a variety of work settings. On the right side is a large image from the back of a female wheelchair user. On the back of her chair are the words What can YOU do? The words at the bottom on a silver banner include National Disability Employment Awareness Month, DOL’s logo with the words Office of Disability Employment Policy United States Department of Labor and ODEP’s website: www.dol.gov/odep.
The 2014 NDEAM theme, EXPECT.EMPLOY.EMPOWER. appears in large white letters at the center of the poster on a blue backdrop of a collage of images of people with disabilities in a variety of work settings. On the right side is a large image from the back of a female wheelchair user. On the back of her chair are the words What can YOU do? The words at the bottom on a silver banner include National Disability Employment Awareness Month, DOL’s logo with the words Office of Disability Employment Policy United States Department of Labor and ODEP’s website: www.dol.gov/odep.

VCU WorkSupport.com Compiles Research and Tools on Disability Employment

WorkSupport.com is a web portal from Virginia Commonwealth University that highlights and compiles the research and resources from projects across the university related to employment for people with disabilities. This includes the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment of People with Physical Disabilities, Autism Center for Excellence, Collaborative Career Planning for Students with ASD, and the Center on Transition to Employment for Youth with Disabilities.

It includes video content and continuing education, like the video below about how to implement fading job place supports.

Virginia Commonwealth University Partnership for People with Disabilities is part of the national network of University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities supported by AUCD.

Early Childhood Goal image
Early Childhood Goal image

New Resources on Early Childhood Screening

The Six by ’15 Campaign wants to see more children receive recommended developmental screening so that they can access the services they need as early as possible. Here on the blog, we invite contributions from partners in the disability community.  Here are some new resources from the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry on ways to enhance and strengthen early detection and intervention system.

AAP – We need to strengthen early detection and intervention system for children

Approaches to Enhancing the Early Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorders