EUSE 2013 conference

The Irish Association of Supported Employment (IASE), in conjunction with EUSE is delighted to host the European Union of Supported Employment conference entitled "Building an Inclusive Europe through Supported Employment" taking place in Dublin from 11th to 13th June 2013. This conference will showcase the many best practice initiatives and developments taking place across the world which seeks to promote, equality, active citizenship, full inclusion, self-advocacy, equal opportunity and the human rights of individuals with a disability and other marginalized groups. As a leading provider of specialist employment and training services for people with disabilities, the Rehab Group is proud to be the premium sponsor of the EUSE conference 2013.

The 2013 conference will provide access to an international group of prominent individuals in the field of Supported Employment. EUSE events attract high calibre audiences of key decision-makers and opinion-brokers across disability, community development, business and government.

The conference provides an exciting opportunity for professionals and families to share views, experience and information, and to network and collaborate with like-minded people.

EUSE and IASE stage conferences of an unrivalled standard; the sound academic backing from the disability sector and educators ensures consistently strong conference programmes, where top level speakers address issues of direct relevance to the progression and development of supported employment.

Key Conference Themes:

  • Supported Employment - "Broadening The Reach" for New Populations & Promoting a Culture of Change for Individuals, Organisations, Society in the area of Active Citizenship, Supported Living, Self Determination, Human Rights and Advocacy
  • Creative Working with Employers
  • Models of Transitioning e.g. School Leavers, Supported Employment to Retirement, Therapeutic Services to Supported Employment
  • Mental Health and Supported Employment
  • Supported Employment Initiatives for Individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorders( ASD)
  • Promoting Independence through New Technologies for People with Disabilities
  • The Impact of Personal Budgets

  The 2013 programme will feature some of the foremost experts in the area of Employment, Equality and Human Rights from all over the world.

This includes a distinguished line-up of key note speakers such as:

Paul Wehman, Ph.D.

Chairman Division of Research, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Director of Autism Center for Excellence, Director of VCU-RRTC.

Dr. Rachel Perkins OBE

Clinical psychologist, Rachel Perkins has worked in mental health services for 30 years in a range of positions including Clinical Director of Adult Mental Health Services and, latterly, Director of Quality Assurance and User Experience at South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust.

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