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Employment refers to work performed by an individual for payment. In the context of this selected topic, employment indicates competitive employment. The unemployment rate for individuals with disabilities is much higher than for the general population. Unemployment is an even greater issue for individuals who are deaf-blind.

Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNC)

Minnesota Policy Brief on Employment of Minnesotans Who Are DeafBlind

Paths to Transition (Perkins School for the Blind)

2013 Customized Employment: The Role of the Discovery Process in Transition Planning for Young Adults with Disabilities, including Deaf-Blindness

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Workplace Inclusive for Someone Who's Deafblind

American Foundation for the Blind CareerConnect

Assessments of Individuals with Significant Disabilities Under the State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program

CHARGE Syndrome: Preparing for the World of Work

Creating Community for Adult Life: Planning an Effective and Exciting Transition

Disability Employment Research


Employment Information Materials Bibliography

How to Create a Winning Video Resume

Karen Wolffe's Advice on Career Education

Outreach with Employers to Educate Others (DeafBlind Citizens in Action)

The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision

Transition - Employment Materials Bibliography

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