Making Self-Employment Work for People with Disabilities

self employmentMaking Self-Employment Work for People with Disabilities  by Cary Griffin and David Hammis.

(XAD Griffi 2003)

This book focuses on how to identify and utilize the critical business supports necessary for the development of self-employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Specific topics covered include the role of community rehabilitation  personnel and vocational rehabilitation counselors and methods for using programs such as Plans for Achieving Self Support and Ticket to Work. Pp. 288.

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