Resource Center

Interested in learning more about the employment, policy and economic advancement of people with disabilities? You’ve come to the right place. The LEAD Center Resource Center gathers, shares and links to relevant reports, publications, websites and more from a variety of sources to create a library of key information. RSS Subscribe to receive automatic updates of new additions so you don’t miss a thing. While the LEAD Center aims to provide all materials on its website in accessible formats, the LEAD Center cannot guarantee the accessibility of outside websites and resources.

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2013 LEAD Center Policy Roundtable Report – Making Collaboration Real

LEAD Center | Lisa Mills, Michael Morris

LEAD Center, Jan. 2014. This report summarizes the first annual LEAD Center Policy Roundtable discussions with recommendations to engage other federal agencies in a coordinated effort to improve...

I'm In To Hire

A movement to unify the voices of employers, employees and similar-minded individuals in support of hiring the 85 percent of people with developmental disabilities who do not have a paid community...

Policy Update – Employment, Health Care and Disability: September 24, 2014

LEAD Center

The LEAD Center’s Policy Update – Employment, Health Care and Disability is a monthly update focusing on the intersection of disability, employment and health care policy.

Policy Update – Employment, Health Care and Disability: August 29, 2014

LEAD Center

The LEAD Center’s Policy Update – Employment, Health Care and Disability is a monthly update focusing on the intersection of disability, employment and health care policy.

A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities

The National Governors Association | Lauren Stewart, Elise Shanbacker, and Meghan Wills

This December 2013 report, commissioned by Governor Jack Markell (D-Delaware), Chair of the National Governor’s Association, is intended to spur governors from across the country to improve...

HCBS Advocacy

This website, supported by Association of Unversity Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), serves as a “one-stop shop” for all information, resources and news related to CMS’ new HCBS regulations.