Awesome Publications, Presentations and Other Interesting Stuff CDERP

Publications, Presentations, Newsletters and Stuff we know you’ll like from us and people we like.
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Developing open employment outcomes for people with an intellectual disability utilising a Social Enterprise Framework. Smith, McVilly, McGillvray & Chan (2018) Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 48, 59-77
Promoting and enhancing self-determination to improve the post-school outcomes of people with disabilities Karrie A. Shogren and Michael J. Ward JVR, 48, 187-196
Toward Competitive Employment for Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: What Progress Have We Made and Where Do We Need to Go Wehman et al 2018
Family Employment Awareness Training (FEAT) in Kansas: Description of a family- focused intervention and the rationale supporting it Judith M.S. Gross, Grace Francis and Maria A. Pijem
Retreat 2018 June Alexander Workshop The Successful Employment Consultant
Defining customized employment as an evidence-based practice: The results of a focus group study Inge, Graham, Brooks-Lane, Wehman & Griffin JVR, 48, 155-166
A Systems Analysis of Factors that Lead to the Successful Employment of People with a Disability PhD Thesis Dr Peter Smith
Employer views of customized employment: A focus group analysis Tim Riesen and Robert L. Morgan JVR, 49, 33-44
Organizational transformation to integrated employment and community life engagement Sulewskia et al JVR, 46, 313-320
Transitioning ADE’s to Open Employment Smith, Rhodes, Pavlidis, Alexander and McVilly (2019) Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 90. 263-271
Effecting a system change in the delivery of employment services for people with disabilities: a view from Australia. Trevor Parmenter JVR 13 (1999) 117-129
Reports, Retreat, Submissions and Grey Literature
A Roadmap to Competitive Integrated Employment: Strategies for Provider Transformation Kamau & Timmons ICI, UMASS Boston
Centre for Disability Employment Research and Practice. November 2020 Practice Notes
Discovery Chart Series. Discovery. Stage One – Getting to Know the Client Chart. Discovery. Stage Two – Understanding the Client and Their Career.
2018 Retreat System Redesign Activity Outcome Report
Provider Transformation Work First Transformation Program Centre for Disability Employment Research and Practice
Practice Notes March 2020
Smith, P., McVilly, K., Rhodes, P., Pavlidis, L., (2018).  Customised Employment: building workforce capacity for and establishing an evidence-based means of achieving the social and economic participation of people with disability. Final Report to the Innovative Workforce Fund.  Sydney

Customised Employment Outline

Customised Employment Work First Customised Employment Outline An overview of CE, Its origins, evidence, process and discovery to employment. CDERP
The Essential Elements of Customised Employment for Universal Application
WINTAC, 2017
Social Capital Disability and Rehabilitation Research Project – VCU Brooks-Lane et al (2019) Customised Employment and Social Capital
Working in the Community—Update 3 The Status and Outcomes of People with IDD in Integrated Employment Dorothy Hiersteiner & John Butterworth (Institute for Community Inclusion, UMass Boston)
Disability Employment Australia Presentation Perth 2019 Dr Peter Smith
IASSIDD World Congress 2016 PhD Preliminary Findings Dr Peter Smith
Disability Matters Presentation University of Otago 2017
ASID PhD Presentation   Dr Peter Smith
2018 Retreat System Redesign Activity Outcome Report
Provider Transformation Possability H0bart 2018 Centre for Disability Employment Research and Practice
Disability and Employment University of Melbourne Lecture. April 2019 Dr. Peter Smith
Pathways to Employment Presentation University of Melbourne 2017
Future Directions for Disability Employment Presentation Knox, 2018 Dr Peter Smith
NZDSN 2019 Professionalism in Employment Practice Presentation May 2019

” Our particular approach to Discovery is DPG and that evolved out of what we saw didn’t work with various models of Person Centred Planning…mostly what I saw was this thing we now call Voc Themes…once I had that and could articulate it a bit the process fell into place…we’d been using info interviews and tweaking those from tours to real conversations for a while and saw how engaged many employers were…. and so on with refinements that continue…”

Cary Griffin (2017)