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What is the The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and what does it mean for employment for people with disabilities in North Carolina? NCCDD Council Member Jim Swain, who works at DHHS Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, explains what WIOA means for the State.

The Workforce Innovat...

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North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities is proud to recognize October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Reflecting the important role disability plays in workforce diversity, this year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) theme is “#InclusionWorks.” Obs...

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David Roth's parents never have to wake him up in the morning or push him to get out the door on time for his job. The 27-year-old with autism works at the Courtyard in Chapel Hill, mostly in the fast-paced, physically demanding laundry, but he is always happy to go. "He loves to work. He absolutely loves it," said ...

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Focusing on transition opportunities for young adults after they leave high school, NCCDD awarded Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center for its Project SEARCH High School Transition program. It provides internship for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities in an integrated setting. Project SE...

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