|Asperger Syndrome and Employment : Adults Speak Out about Asperger Syndrome|
This is a guide for helping people with Asperger's Syndrome get a job.
|Asperger's Syndrome Workplace Survival Guide|
This book was written for people with ASD who are working.
|Barriers to Employment Success DVD|
This DVD explains several things that make it hard to find and keep a job, and what will help. There is also a survey available to help people see what is getting in their way of having a good job.
|Beyond Traditional Job Development|
Beyond Traditional Job Development is a comprehensive guide to the insightful perspectives and effective strategies that lead to successful placement results.
|Building Community Connections: Designing a Future That Works|
Trainer's manual for a workshop designed to teach individuals with disabilities to utilize their contacts in a job search.
|Career Success of Disabled High-flyers|
This book is about people with disabilities who have careers.
|Coffee Breaks and Birthday Cakes|
This manual provides ways to judge workplace culture. It also has ideas about finding natural ways to support employees who have disabilities.
|Customized Employment Q and A: Self-Employment as a Customized Employment Outcome|
A fact sheet answering questions about small business ownership for individuals with disabilities
|Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome and High-functioning Autism|
This book gives advice to help people with high functioning autism to develop their talents and find jobs.
|Discovery Vocational Profiles|
An aricle about getting to know a person before helping them plan for their lifes.
|Diversifying Your Workforce|
This guide tells employers what they should know about hiring and retaining employees who have disabilities.
|Do Sheltered Workshops Enhance Employment Outcomes for Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder?|
The results of this study suggest that sheltered workshops do not help people with autism get better jobs.
|Employment Issues and Multiple Sclerosis: Second Edition|
This book is written for people who have Multiple Sclerosis that have questions about employment and disability issues.
|Empowerment for Americans with Disabilities: Breaking Down Barriers to Careers and Full Employment|
This report tells how important it is for people with disabilities to be employed and fully included in society. It was written to the President of the United States.
|Everyone Can Work: Customized Employment|
A two-page fact sheet that explains why customized employment is important.
|Hidden Talent: How leading companies hire, retain, and benefit from people with disabilities|
Hidden Talent tells the stories of eight companies that are actively hiring, training, and retaining people with disabilities. The book offers encouragement and ideas for other companies to take advantage of this resource.
|High School Transition that Works Learned from Project SEARCH|
This book explains a program that helps students move from high school into good jobs.
|Hoist Your Own Sails: Self-Directed Employment for People with Disabilities|
A pocket sized book that provides an overview of self-directed employment
|HowTo Find Work That Works for People with Asperger Syndrome|
This book tells how to help people who have Asperger Syndrome find, and keep a job.
|Job Success for Persons with Developmental Disabilities|
This book is about helping people with disabilities get good jobs.
|Learning to Work: A Collection of Stories About Life and Work Book|
This explains what it is like to work at different jobs. There is a book to read through and a CD-ROM.
|No One is Unemployable : Creative Solutions for Overcoming Barriers to Employment|
This highly acclaimed, notably practical book reveals a proven ten-step process and secret strategies for overcoming any barrier to employment.
|Organizational Culture: Info-Line|
This booklet describes what organizational culture is, how it is developed and managed, and offers tips on how to better understand the culture of a company.
|Real Choice for Real Opportunity: Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Their Families Speak Out|
A report about the best ways to help people with disabilities find jobs that match their interests and talents, and lead to careers. It summarizes the ideas of 144 stakeholders who gathered to talk supporting people to find "real jobs."
|Social Inclusion at Work|
This book gives readers clear ways to help people with disabilities work together with and build friendships with others. It focuses on the places where people work.
|Supporting Co-Workers with Diverse Abilities to Employment Success|
A guide on ways to create natural, co-worker supports for employees with significant disaiblities
|The Complete Guide to Getting a Job for People with Asperger's Syndrome Find the Right Career and Get Hired|
This books has tips on getting hired for people who have Aspergers Syndrome.
|The Way to Work: How to Facilitate Work Experiences for Youth in Transition|
A book about the best ways to help young adults with disabilities to find good jobs. It is written for teachers and transition specialists.
|What Do People With Disabilities Really Want?|
An article about American businesses and people with disabilities, both as employees and customers. It is based on interviews with the leaders of seven major disability organizations.
|Working Relationships: Creating career opportunities for job seekers with disabilities through employer partnerships|
This book discusses means of linking people with disabilities with employers.
|Working with People with Disabilities: In a Job Placement/Job Retention Environment|
A book about creating jobs for people with disabilities. It also has ideas about helping people to be successful at work.