One of the best ways for families, teachers, legislators, employers and other stakeholders to appreciate how integrated employment can work for people with disabilities is to see it happening! Check out these videos of youth with disabilities working in their communities.
Love’s Employment Story (3:31)
David’s Employment Story (2:31)
Cullen’s Employment Story (2:55)
Brandon’s Employment Story (2:15)
Alexis’s Employment Story (2:00)
James’ Employment Story (1:15)
- Career Skills Class – New Auburn, WI (7:12)
- Student Earned Income Inclusion Video (1:58)
- Student Run IEP (26:27)
- Kewaunee County Schools Project Video – full length (23:07)
- Kewaunee County Schools Project Video – short length (9:20)
- Manitowoc’s Project Video
- Grafton High School’s Job Journey’s Video
- Grafton High School Commercial
- Holmen High School Public Service Announcement
- Student Trip to Washington, D.C.
- Hear from Raechel Torf, Oconomowoc High School Psychologist talk about why integrated employment is important for youth with disabilities.
- Hear from Joseph Moylan, Oconomowoc High School Principal talk about hiring youth with disabilities.
- Stoughton High School Public Service Announcement
Other Employment Stories
On the Job: Stories from Youth with Disabilities (from Wisconsin)
Tim’s Place An amazing story of a young man who happens to have Downs Syndrome and owns his own restaurant. Tim’s parents raised all three of their boys with the same high expectations and their son, Tim, has certainly lived up to them!