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An analysis of the procedural components of supported employment programs associated with employment outcomes
McDonnell, J.; Nofs, D.; Hardman, M. [u. a.]
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1989, Volume 22 (Number 4), Seite 417-428, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Eigenverlag, ISSN: 0021-8855
This study examined the relation between the procedural components of supported employment programs and employment outcomes for 120 individuals with disabilities. These individuals were involved in supported employment programs established through the Utah Supported Employment Project.
The results suggest that successful implementation of supported employment services led to ongoing employment of study participants in community work sites, increased wages, and ongoing opportunities for workers to interact with nondisabled peers. In addition, several procedural components were found to be strongly associated with successful employment outcomes for workers.
Results of the study are discussed in terms of the training needs of supported employment program staff and future research for the dissemination of a cohesive technology of supported employment.
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