- Beating the Odds: People with Severe and Profound Disabilities as a Resource in the Development of Supported Employment (.pdf) (2002) by John O’Brien and Connie Lyle O’Brien discusses what organizations can learn from assisting people with severe disabilities in employment. (20 pages).
- Know Your Rights! Working and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (1997) by Mair Hall and Perri Harris is a manual designed specifically for people with disabilities who want to learn about their employment rights under the ADA. A list of relevant resources and law cases is also available upon request. (26 pages).
- Getting the Job Done: Learning to Expand the Social Resources Available to People with Severe Disabilities at Work (1992) by John O’Brien presents ideas on how everyone involved can work together to support people with severe disabilities at work. (7 pages).
- Supported Employment: Issues and Resources (1991) by Rannveig Traustadottir includes an overview article; three articles which offer different perspectives on employment: a consumer perspective, a parent perspective and a gender perspective; and an annotated bibliography.
- Supported Employment: A Conceptual Overview
- Annotated Bibliography on Supported Employment
- From Sheltered Workshops to Supported Employment
- Employment Support Institute
An organization that helps people make better decisions about employment options and policies affecting people with disabilities.
- Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports
“The purpose of this center is to identify factors that enhance or inhibit businesses from tapping into a pool of potential employees. Let us be your gateway to information, resources, and services regarding the employment of people with disabilities.”
- Training Resource Network (TRN)
Publisher that offers resources on the full inclusion of people with disabilities in their communities, especially on the topics of supported employment, person-centered planning, supported living, and self-determination.