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Delaware’s Early Start to Supported Employment Pilot Project

This summary on the Institute for Community Inclusion’s website on Promising Practices by State Agencies describes a collaboration of state vocational rehabilitation, developmental disability, education, higher education and local school districts in developing and administering a pilot program to transition students with ID/DD from high school to community employment.

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Freeze, S. Delaware’s Early Start to Supported Employment Pilot Project.

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