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About Allison Hall

Allison Cohen Hall, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Community Inclusion. She is the Co-PI and Project Director for the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Advancing Employment for Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities. The RRTC integrates four focus areas: individual and family knowledge and engagement; effective employment supports, organizational change for community rehabilitation providers, and state-level policy and strategy. She was previously the Research Coordinator for the Access to Integrated Employment Project, which provides a description of day and employment services nationally for individuals with intellectual disabilities. She has coordinated research projects spanning multiple topical areas, including: the accessibility of the workforce development system; state level strategies for employment systems change; and universally designed business strategies for supporting workers. She has co-authored numerous peer reviewed journals and a book chapter on employment for individuals with IDD. Additionally, Allison actively supports individuals with disabilities to participate in meaningful roles in the research process and in product development. She received her doctorate in 2005 from the Heller School at Brandeis University, with a specialization in disability policy.

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Present Senior Research Associate/Project Manager, University of Massachusetts Boston Institute for Community Inclusion
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Peer Reviewed Publications (5)

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Reports and Briefs (11)

Research Works (25)