An Exploratory Investigation into Family Perspectives After the Family Employment Awareness Training

This article reports on a mixed methods evaluation of the Family Employment Awareness Training (FEAT) program.  It examines two outcomes: family utilization of competitive employment resources following FEAT and employment outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Francis, Grace L., Judith M.S. Gross, Ann P. Turnbull, and H.R. Turnbull. “An Exploratory Investigation into Family Perspectives After the Family Employment Awareness Training.” Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals, vol. 38, no. 2, 2015, pp. 68–77.

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Posted in Employment outcome data, Family Involvement, Research and evaluation reports, Services and service innovations
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