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Transition to Adulthood > Customized Employment

Customized Employment is an individualized relationship between job seekers and employers that meets the needs of both. It is based on an individualized determination of the strengths, requirements, and interests of a person with a complex life. The process is designed to meet the workplace needs of the employer and the discrete tasks of the position.

Demystifying customized employment for individuals with significant disabilities

Choice and customized employment: A critical component

Customized Employment

Customized Employment Bibliography

Customized Employment Fact Sheet

Customized Employment Q & A: Assisting Adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Their Families to Pursue Their Employment Goals

Customized Employment: A Strategy for Developing Inclusive Employment Opportunities

More on Customized Employment

T-TAP Archived Webcasts

US Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy

Web Broadcasts

WorkSupport Resources

WorkSupport Training

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