CASE investigates emerging trends and challenges in supported employment.

CASE is committed to sharing and advancing evidence-based best practices and innovative approaches around supported employment and inclusive workplaces for people experiencing disabilities.

However, before best practices can be established, the successes and challenges must be understood, various approaches must be discussed with diverse stakeholders, and potential new methods must be tested. CASE collaborates with diverse stakeholders in the supported employment sector to learn about the experiences of people living with disabilities, including those with intersectional identities, as they navigate their employment journeys.

CASE’s Past Research Projects​

Diversity Works aimed to understand the experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) who experience disability (BIPOC-D) as they navigate their employment journey with the assistance of supported employment service providers.

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