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Institute Brief: Support through Mentorship: Accessible Supervision of Employees with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
The Institute Brief Series, Institute for Community Inclusion
  • John Kramer, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Ashley Wolfe, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Jean Winsor, University of Massachusetts Boston
Document Type
Occasional Paper
Publication Date
7-1-2013
Abstract
Effective supervision of employees with intellectual or developmental disabilities can be challenging for businesses that may not have experience in hiring people with diverse support requirements. This is largely due to the relatively low participation rates of people with disabilities in the workforce. This is, thankfully, changing as more businesses are seeing the value of diversifying their workforce, which includes hiring people with diverse cognitive abilities like people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
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Institute Brief, Issue No. 29

Community Engaged/Serving
No, this is not community-engaged.
Citation Information
John Kramer, Ashley Wolfe and Jean Winsor. "Institute Brief: Support through Mentorship: Accessible Supervision of Employees with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john-kramer/2/