RAISE Webinars 2015 - Sheltered Workshops & WIOA
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The RAISE Technical Assistance Center appreciates your feedback on our products and services.  Please complete this brief survey.  We look forward to hearing from you and using this information as we plan and implement future activities.
 

Sincerely,
     The RAISE Team
     Debra Jennings, Josie Badger, Peg Kinsell  

 
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I participated in the RAISE Webinar on Sheltered Workshops & WIOA because I am:  (Please check all that apply.)

A Parent Center staff member
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A Parent of an individual with disabilities
A youth/young adult with disabilities
An advocate for/with individuals with disabilities
A service provider, educator or TA provider
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How relevant to your work and/or advocacy efforts did you find the RAISE Webinar on Sheltered Workshops & WIOA?
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How relevant do you think the information will be to your work and/or advocacy in the future?
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What additional resources would be helpful to you in your work with young adults and their families around stopping the pipeline to sheltered workshops? 
 

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The National Resources for Advocacy Independence Self-determination and Employment (RAISE) Technical Assistance Center is a SPAN project in collaboration with the seven (7) RSA-funded Parent Training and Information Centers.  RAISE products and services are also available to the network of OSEP Parent Centers through the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR), www.parentcenterhub.org.