Knowledge Building

Building and improving our knowledge and understanding of how to effectively promote economic well-being for people with barriers.

Knowledge Building

System Improvement

Systematic approach to improving delivery systems, integrating funding and service design to deliver the right service at the right time

System Improvement

Consumer and Family Advocacy

A planful approach to empowering individuals to speak up about an issue that is important to them.

Consumer and Family Advocacy

Technical Assistance and Training

Hands on technical assistance and training tailored to meet the needs of individuals, states, tribes and communities

Technical Assistance and Training

Employment that Changes Lives

Engaging business as partners to build pathways to employment, career ladders and long term economic well-being for people with barriers

Employment that Changes Lives

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Federal Panel Seeks Input on Autism

A federal autism advisory panel is looking for public feedback as it prepares to update the government’s priorities for addressing the developmental disorder for the first time in years. The Interagency

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U.S. District Court Judge John J. McConnell Jr. today (May 18) ordered the state of Rhode Island to appropriate the money necessary to fund the so-called “sheltered workshop” consent decree.

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