Webinar: Another Look at Individual Durational Limits
Posted on August 17, 2012 by Emma Wallace0 Comments Add Comments
You’re invited to a webinar! On Monday, August 20 at 3pm ET, trainer Joyce Welsh will present a webinar on Another Look at Individual Durational Limits for Participants. Join us for a discussion on how to appropriately implement IDL policies in SCSEP to protect both participants and organizations. We will also discuss the specifics of dealing with IDLs during the PY 2012 transition due to the national competition and Census data. Click here to register, and find out what grantees must do now and later.
As the PY 2012 SCSEP transition nears, our friends at Senior Service America, Inc. and the National Council on Aging have shared some tips and tricks that they learned from the transitions in 2003 and 2006. If you're wondering how to hold effective transition meetings or what steps you should be taking first, look no further! You can download them from the Resource bar at the right of the screen. Many thanks to Timothy Hamre at NCOA and Terry Reynolds at SSAI.
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The Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy will present a live webinar this Thursday, August 2, 2012, from 2-3pm ET as part of its AT Works online educational series. The webinar is called Accessible Technology’s Impact on the Employment of People with Cognitive and Developmental Disabilities. Presenters will discuss how accessible technologies can help increase the hiring and advancement of people with disabilities in the workplace. A previously recorded AT Works webcast is also available online.
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