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1. Citation: Hall, A., Bose, J., Jean, W., & Migliore, A. (2014). Knowledge translation in job development: strategies for involving families. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 27, 489-492.
Title: Knowledge Translation in Job Development: Strategies for Involving Families
Author(s): Hall, A.
Bose, J.
Jean, W.
Migliore, A.
Year: 2014
Journal/Publication: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities
Abstract: The authors begin by describing the current state of the the United States employment policies for people with disabilities. The article then summarizes results of a 2010 qualitative study from Migliore et al. that focuses on promising practices in employment. Specific factors and target populations that are considered include family involvement, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as high and low performing individuals across varying age ranges. Implications of the analysis are not definitive yet reveal trends that should be examined further.
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Type of KT Strategy: Social Network Analysis
Target Group: Person with disability/Family/Advocate
Evidence Level: 3
Record Updated:2015-11-05

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