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Customized Employment – Training for Maui Providers, Case Managers & Self-Advocates
June 6, 2014 @ 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Linking Discovery & Job Development: A Customized Approach
This presentation uses numerous examples from urban, suburban and rural settings to illustrate how Discovering Personal Genius is used to develop solid vocational themes that drive targeted, individual- ized, and creative job development. This session includes discussion of business ownership as a viable option; the use of amalgamated funded sources; SSA Work Incentives; and team roles.
Cary Griffin is Senior Partner of Griffin-Hammis Associates. Currently, Cary manages over 2 dozen nationally distributed projects related to Customized Employment implementation and training, systems change, and microenterprise. He is the co-author of Making Self- Employment Work for People with Disabilities and The Job Developer’s Handbook. Cary is also the Board Chair for the Center for Social Capital that oversees the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation’s Microloan Fund.
RSVP using the registration form below. A working lunch will be provided.
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