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The focus of this website is traumatic brain injury (TBI) and understanding the intersection of Brain Injury & the Youth Criminal Justice System; however, the general principles apply to other neurodisabilities among children and youth involved in the criminal justice system.
People with disability face persisting difficulties in the labour market.
This resource guide explores Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE), a crucial component of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. It outlines WIOA mandates for VR agencies, emphasizing strategies for quality employment outcomes for those with significant disabilities.
This guide explores Rapid Engagement, an effective strategy to expedite individuals with disabilities through vocational rehabilitation, enhancing the likelihood of successful employment outcomes.
This Center for Advancing Policy on Employment for Youth brief explains braided funding and offers four policy considerations for streamlining systems to offer comprehensive services that lead to sustained employment among more Y&YAD.
MTAG explains the process through which RSA will provide technical assistance to, and review the progress of, VR agencies in 1) maximizing the expenditure and use of Federal funds to improve the quality of services for, and employment outcomes achieved by, individu
PEAT developed the AI & Disability Inclusion Toolkit to help organizations navigate the potential risks of implementing AI technologies (specifically for people with disabilities), to outline practices that can be adopted to try making AI implementations more e
The Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR) has developed the Knowledge Translation (KT) Casebook to highlight NIDILRR grantees activities in knowledge translation.
The document discusses how AI is reshaping employment by impacting job types, recruitment processes, and workforce training, stressing the importance of skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The resource emphasizes the need for continuous learning and adaptation to navigate AI's impact on vocational rehabilitation.