The 2014 Midterm Elections are over and APSE would like to provide our members, and others in the disability advocacy community, with information about the results and the importance of building new partnerships with newly elected legislators!
Iowa APSE Members visit Senator Grassley on the Hill.
“Employment First”: employment in the general workforce as the first and preferred outcome in the provision of publicly funded services for all working age citizens with disabilities, regardless of level of disability.
APSE supports Employment First to facilitate the full inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and community.
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As members were previously informed, Laura Owens, has accepted the position of Executive Director at TransCen, Inc., and will be leaving her position as Executive Director of APSE in January. The APSE Board of Directors is undertaking a national search for our next Executive Director – and we need your help!
We have put together the APSE Executive Director Recruitment Notice, and are asking members to share this with anyone they feel would a good candidate to be the next Executive Director of APSE. Please spread the word far and wide to help ensure that APSE has strong leadership to bring us to a future where all citizens with disabilities are employed, pursuing careers and building assets just like people without disabilities.
APSE & ANCOR Employment First Webinar Series
October 15 - Employment First: Making the Transformation
October 22 - Employment First: Making the Switch
November 5 - Employment First: Supported Decision Making
November 19 - Employment First: Improving the Outcomes, Decreasing Costs
Today, we would like to thank all past, present, and future servicemen and women for their service to our country. In recognition of Veterans Day, APSE would like to provide some resources available for Veterans looking for employment opportunities. As you know, the current low participation rate of citizens with disabilities in the workforce is unacceptable, including those who have served our country.