Month: May 2014

Mistakes, Coincidence and Chance: Necessary Ingredients for Supported Employment Success.

Fertile soil, water and sunshine are all necessary to yield bountiful crops. So, too, are mistakes, coincidence and chance essential ingredients for successful job development and supported employment programs. Paperwork must be done and meetings must happen to keep funds flowing in. They also serve to prepare the job development terrain. The greatest movement, however, …

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Key Elements of Creativity in Supported Employment

How do You Get from Here to There? The first part of this series on X-treme Creativity focused on frustration and the desire for improving job development activities and results. In this segment, we zero in on the key element necessary for creativity to flourish. Grab a piece of paper and start your checklist. Consider …

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Planting the Seeds of Success in Supported Employment

  For quite some time, I have been wondering like many of you just how we can jump start supported employment for people with disabilities. Some states have more job placements than others but search for jobs with more hours and financial reward for the supported employee. Other states find their efforts languishing on a …

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Tales of the Divine Ms. M

Newsletter 3   Click the link above to read all about what’s been happening so far this spring at the Shining Beautiful! See who Mikelle has been hanging out with and what big things are still to come. Happy Spring!