Programs designed to make employment available and successful for people with disabilities. For a complete list of Institute on Disabilities programs, visit the Programs page. If you know the name of the program, try the "Quick Links to Programs" function at the top right section of every page.
- C2P2 - Competence and Confidence: Partners in Policymaking
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION Training individuals with disabilities, parents of young children with disabilities, and university graduate students, providing up-to-date information, leadership training, and skill building.
- The Pennsylvania Training Partnership for People with Disabilities and Families
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION The Partnership makes available training and technical assistance, developed and provided by people with disabilities and families.
- IM4Q: Independent Monitoring for Quality
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION Collecting and disseminating information that might help improve the quality of life of people with disabilities.
- Assistive Technology and Employment
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION Educating employers, providing awareness, and training on the benefits of AT in the workplace.
- Augmentative & Alternative Communication
SUMMARY +/- | MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION Providing training and technical assistance to individuals with significant speech disabilities who use augmentative or alternative communication.
- Academy for Adult Learning
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION Selected individuals with intellectual disabilities spend four semesters on Temple University's main campus experiencing college life.
- Person-Driven Services
SUMMARY +/- | COMPLETE INFORMATION The two-year Developmental Disabilities Council funded Person-Driven Services Project includes a demonstration project, research and advocacy.