This folder provides a brief overview of the Disability Program Navigator (DPN) initiative. It includes details on what DPNs are and how they help people with disabilities, employers and workforce development representatives in creating positive employment outcomes for job seekers with disabilities.
Integrated Communications and Information Dissemination
This brochure presents the findings of employer focus groups designed to determine what would best compel employers to employ people with disabilities. It provides details on what employment issues are most pressing to employers, as well as dispels some common myths about employing people with disabilities.
This report documents the efforts and results of the Disability Program Navigator (DPN) Initiative from July 2003 to June 2010. It includes how the program was established, as well as strategies and effective practices in placing individuals with disabilities in jobs identified through the program.
This invitation provides an overview of a Smart Solutions networking event. The purpose of the events is to bring employers and vocational rehabilitation (VR) services professionals together to learn ways to work more effectively to create positive employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities.
These fact sheets highlight the services of Disability Program Navigators (DPNs), who assist candidates with disabilities and One-Stop workforce professionals in navigating myriad disability related employment and support programs at the local level.
This suite of brochures provides the business case for employing people with disabilities. The suite was designed to target employers in high growth industries: Banking & Finance, Healthcare, Science & Technology and Hospitality.
This brochure provides an agenda for a networking meeting between employers and vocational rehabilitation (VR) services professionals. It includes references to helpful resources for employers interested in hiring employees with disabilities.
This brochure provides an overview of the Employer Assistance & Recruiting Network’s (EARN) consultation and candidate sourcing services. It also includes statistics and quotes regarding why employing people with disabilities makes good business sense.
As part of the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Disability Statistics and Demographics, New Editions designed, published and disseminated this compendium to make key data on disability issues more accessible to the general public.
New Editions operates AbleData, the premier resource for objective information on assistive technology (AT) and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources, for the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). New Editions designs and maintains the AbleData website and its extensive content of products, solutions and resources that assist people in being more independent and productive. New Editions is responsible for managing and producing detailed descriptions and specifications on thousands of AT products.