Transition to Integrated Employment - June Series

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Registration Form

Registration for the Workshop on June 20th is now closed. If you are interested in learning about customized employment but missed the opportunity to register for the full-day workshop, we encourage you to attend the Public Forum on Thursday evening. Questions? Contact Elaine Sollecito at or call 401-456-2764.
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Public Forum:
Introduction to the Discovery Process and Customized, Community Employment
 - Thursday, June 19, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 PM, no cost to attend.


Michael Callahan, President, Marc Gold & Associates

Colleen Moynihan, Director, Business Development Center, New England Business Associates (NEBA)


This forum offers an overview of customized employment as a means to engage individuals with significant disabilities into the workforce, including self -employment.   Michael Callahan will highlight best practice strategies from discovery to business negotiation that support successful customized employment outcomes.  Additionally, Colleen Moynihan, will discuss the pro's and con's to self-employment including strategies and resources that support developing a business concept to implementing the business plan.

Workshop (Registration Closed)
Implementing the Discovery Process and Customized, Community Employment -
 Friday, June 20, 2014, 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM, $15 registration fee includes lunch. Registration will begin at 8:15 AM. The presentation will begin promptly at 8:45 AM.

Professional Development Credit:
Both events are approved for CRC credits for rehabilitation professionals.

Use this form to make a Disability-related accommodation request (e.g., sign language interpretation, Braille, or large print materials) or special dietary requests for medical reasons. To make a request at a later time, contact Elaine Sollecito at or call 401-456-2764.