About Alberto Migliore
Alberto is a senior research associate at the Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston since 2006. He conducts research about policies and practices that assist job seekers with intellectual disabilities. Specifically, he is interested in practices that employment support professionals use to assist job seekers. Alberto’s work includes descriptive, correlation, and intervention research designs, including secondary data analysis of large datasets. In Italy, where he grew up, he co-founded a social cooperative where he worked for about ten years involving individuals with intellectual disabilities in community work activities. He gained a Bachelor degree in Political Science from Universita’ degli Study di Torino (Italy), a Masters degree from University College Dublin (Ireland), and a Doctoral degree from Indiana University (USA).
Peer reviewed publications (2)
Research Brief (32)
Assisting Job Seekers with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Guide ...
All Institute for Community Inclusion Publications (2017)
Interviews with employment consultants reveal 5 key elements for supporting job seekers with disabilities. This brief describes 5 key elements ...
Data Note: Are Young Adults With Intellectual Disabilities Getting Work ...
Data Note Series, Institute for Community Inclusion (2014)
To learn about whether young adults with intellectual disabilities in the vocational rehabilitation (VR) program are getting work experience, we ...