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Employment for Individuals with Disabilities: The Job Fair

Thursday, April 26, 2017 Here at Integrated Living Opportunities (ILO), employment for individuals with disabilities is a very important issue. We believe that employment can be crucial for psychological health, as well as being beneficial in aiding socialization, integration, and the development of skills. We also recognize that for many

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Report: Employment Outcomes for Persons with Disability Depend on State

Thursday, March 9th, 2017 At Integrated Living Opportunities (ILO), we recognize that employment is an important part of independent living and community integration. Meaningful and rewarding employment is psychologically beneficial – it offers opportunities to improve self-confidence, and provides a sense of purpose and self-worth. Employment can help individuals learn

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Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE): A Report

Thursday, December 15, 2016 Hello everyone and welcome back to our blog today! We appreciate you taking time out of busy schedules to visit our website. At ILO, our board members, participating families and self-advocates all recognize the importance of employment in emotional, financial and social success. In a recently

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Integrated Living Opportunities: All About the ILO

Thursday, October 12, 2017 Hello everyone, and welcome to our blog! The last few weeks (Fall 2017) has been a very busy and exciting time for Integrated Living Opportunities (ILO). We recently launched a new community building initiative (ILO Community Group), have hosted information sessions that were full to capacity,

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ILO makes some of our special resources available only to our ILO Community Members. If you’d like to join our Community, please visit us HERE to get started! Included are resources in the areas of: Advocacy Employment Housing ILO Definitions Organizations Sports/Recreation Transitioning

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