Posted January 13, 2019 by Alice Wong Podcast
Ep 42: Employment
Today’s episode is about is employment with two professors from the University of Illinois at Chicago about their research. First, Rooshey Hasnain will talk about a recent pilot project in partnership with the Illinois Division of Rehabilitation Services called ADOPT (Asians with Disabilities Outreach Project Think-Tank). Next, Kate Caldwell tells me about her research on disabled entrepreneurs with a project called CEED, Chicagoland Entrepreneurship Education for People with Disabilities project. We’re gonna discuss barriers, underrepresentation, structural issues, the need for research, and much more.
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Institute for Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois, Chicago
National Council on Disability: Employment publications
ADOPT (Asians with Disabilities Outreach Project Think-Tank)
Illinois Office of Rehabilitation Services (ORS)
Center for Capacity Building on Minorities with Disabilities Research, University of Illinois, Chicago
CEED (Chicagoland Entrepreneurship Education for People with Disabilities)
Understanding Disability & Entrepreneurship (Infographic): http://www.ceedproject.org/infographic.html
Disability Holiday Gift Guides: http://www.ceedproject.org/disability-holiday-gift-guide.html
Morris, Amanda. (January 13, 2019). Deaf And Unemployed: Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands. NPR.
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