The CISI Library is a critical vehicle for sharing up-to-date information on the reforms that are happening within the state and across the country, as well as research and best practices in the area of supported employment and full inclusion of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
The CISI Library will be updated frequently as new promising practices are identified.
The CISI Library will also archive videos of consumers, family members and people within the state who have a perspective on improving the lives of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
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Walmart Employees With Special Needs Fear Losing Jobs
Adam Catlin celebrated his 10th year as a greeter at Walmart’s Selinsgrove Supercenter in December. Now, he fears he’s about to lose his job because of his disability. A change in
American's with Disabilities Finding More Jobs But In Familiar Fields
WASHINGTON—Americans with disabilities are working in greater numbers and their unemployment rate has fallen dramatically, but they remain disproportionately employed by governments and in low-wage occupations. The unemployment rate for Americans
CVS Opening Mock Stores to Train People With Disabilities
CVS is ramping up its efforts to hire people with disabilities with a slew of new mock stores designed to help train this traditionally-underemployed demographic. The pharmacy chain said it will
Monitor Wants Mountains of Detail to Push Compliance with RI Olmstead Concent Decree
If the state of Rhode Island were building a network of roads to help adults with developmental disabilities get to their jobs, town libraries, or classes at the local Y,
With Talk of Medicare Changes, Waiver Services May Be At Risk
The Trump administration is planning to fundamentally alter Medicaid, a move that could mean big changes to everything from health care to home and community-based services waivers for people with
Incentive Program for DD Service Providers Closer to Launch, But Lags Months Behind Court Deadline
Despite some progress, implementation still lags months behind schedule for a Rhode Island program intended to boost employment of adults with developmental disabilities. Nor does the design of the program