College: College of Employment Services

Gateway Services “Living supports should be provided in the least restrictive, most natural environment.”

Gateway Services, Inc. of Princeton, Illinois a community-based organization, has found great value in implementing the College of Employment Services (CES) curriculums into their job coach training. Serving three counties in northern Illinois, Gateway Services provides a variety of services to adults and children with disabilities and their families.

Why Working in the Community is Essential

Anya Weber from the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts Boston shares why working in the community is essential for people with disabilities.

A Precision Tool for Training

Read more about Partnerships in Employment, a system change effort focused on helping states increase their employment opportunities for youth and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Informational Interviewing

Anya Weber from the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts Boston provides an overview of informational interviewing in this brief presentation.

A Tool for Increasing Employment Opportunities

The Institute for Community Inclusion and the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services are providing training and technical assistance (TA) to eight state projects in the following states: Alaska, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Tennessee and Wisconsin.

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