Job Path often refers people to materials/resources created by colleagues that are of value to the community.
We have collaborated frequently with consultant Beth Mount who is currently working on the Urban Innovations collaborative. Beth is the founder and director of Graphic Futures which provides consultation, training, planning, organizational development and policy analysis for a variety of local, state and national agencies and projects seeking to strengthen the values, implementation practices and innovative policy initiatives related to person-centered planning and service design. Additional books and artwork by Beth Mount related to person-centered planning are available though www.CapacityWorks.com
Copies available from Job Path
John O’Brien and Connie Lyle O’Brien have been in the forefront of creating precedent setting innovations that have helped to create full lives for people with disability labels the world over. Resources for them can be found at www.inclusion.com. Several free downloads related to the Five Accomplishments and Promoting Valued Social Roles are also available on this site.
Marc Gold & Associates is a network of training consultants who are disability professionals specializing in the area of employment and community participation for persons with significant disabilities. President of the organization is Michael Callahan who has consulted throughout the United States, Canada and Europe in the area of supported employment. He is editor of a popular “how-to” book on employment for people with severe disabilities: Getting Employed, Staying Employed.
Resources for Children with Special Needs (RCSN) is New York City’s only independent nonprofit organization that works for families and children with all special needs, across all boroughs, to understand, navigate and access the services needed to ensure that all children have the opportunity to develop their full potential. They offer a free Resource Directory.