The purpose of this module is to explain the systematic process needed to successfully employ people with special needs (individuals with disabilities and older individuals). This process may seem most useful to job developers and job coaches whose primary role is vocational training and job development. However, much of the material, particularly the chapters on job analysis (3), job matching (4), and adaptations (5) will be equally useful to employers. This training kit provides information that allows businesses, industries, and employing agencies to work cooperatively to design training and employment programs that meet the needs of individuals with special needs, employers, and rehabilitation personnel.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "Job Match: Together for Good Business - Accommodating Individuals with Special Needs in the Workplace" (1987). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 291.
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