The Center for Employment and Inclusion

The Center for Employment and Inclusion is a project housed in the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice at Utah State University. The Center provides training and technical assistance on topics related to promoting competitive integrated employment and meaningful inclusion in all aspects of a community. Our current projects and trainings include:

  • Basic ACRE Training
  • Workplace Supports Training
  • Customized Employment Training
  • School to Work Project
  • Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Project

Trainings

Customized Employment Training

Workplace Supports Training

Basic ACRE Training

Webinars

Part 3: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

Part 3: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

Part 2: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

Part 2: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

Webinar: Increasing the Expectation of Employment through the use of Discovery and Customized Work Experiences for Students with a Significant Impact of Disability including Deaf-Blindness

Part 1: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

Part 1: ECHO 3-Part Series: Using Values and Data to Strengthen Employment Services

All Webinars
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The Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice at Utah State University

The Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice is Utah’s federally designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). IDRPP was established in 1972 by Dr. Marvin Fifield, and was the first UCEDD program in the nation to focus on the educational and social needs of children with disabilities. Over our 45-year history, the Institute has grown into one of the largest UCEDD programs in the nation and is recognized as a pioneer in research, training, technical assistance, and services for children and adults with disabilities, families, and the professionals who serve them.

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