Individual Employment Support Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Dec 2007 |
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The study examined employment support services for persons with developmental disabilities, as required by Chapter 522 Laws of 2007. Clients of the Division of Developmental Disabilities were selected from three separate categories of employment: recent, intermittent, and continuous. During a 12-month study period, individual employment support services were received nine months on average for clients who were recently employed, 11 months for clients who were employed intermittently, and 12 month for those employed continuously during the year. For every hour of individual employment support services provided, recently employed clients worked two hours, intermittently employed clients worked five hours, and continuously employed clients worked 12 hours.

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