People with disabilities deserve fair pay. They are able to work in what they are interested in with employment supports. More attention and funding needs to be put into job skill training and support staff to allow people with disabilities to do the jobs they want to do and receive payment equal to that of their peers.
by closing work center it will eliminate the most important aspect of consumers choices staying where they are.
We've made a lot of progress over the decades, in part due to inclusive education, to bring the skills and talents of people with disabilities to business at their prevailing wage worth. This should be the norm in the future as more businesses need and desire a diverse workforce, and more talent with business experience are interested in working on this mission
In California, the American Community Survey reports that in 2017, the employment rate of working-age people (ages 21 to 64) with disabilities living in the community in California was 36.8 percent compared to 77.3 percent of working-aged people without disabilities living in the community. In 2016, the California... more »