Workplace Safety and the Intern

Another goal in the Project SEARCH curriculum is to educate interns in the area of workplace safety. Interns will demonstrate knowledge and skills related to safety in the workplace by: Practicing functional literary skills for the workplace - safety signs, directional signs and symbols, locating areas on a map Identify safe working practices related to… Continue reading Workplace Safety and the Intern

Self Advocacy and the Intern

One of the goals in the Project SEARCH curriculum is to educate interns in the area of self advocacy. Interns will display an understanding of self-advocacy skills by: Showing understanding of one's disability Understanding the rights and responsibilities as defined by law pertaining to people with disabilities. Demonstrating the ability to properly disclose one's disability… Continue reading Self Advocacy and the Intern

Project SEARCH – Wisconsin

Information copied with permission on March, 2018: https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/dvr/service_providers/projects/default.htm For more information: DVRProjectSEARCH@dwd.wisconsin.gov AmberD.Miller@dwd.wisconsin.gov  (715)234-1912 General Information Project SEARCH was developed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, a research environment that fosters visionary thinking and innovation. It all began in 1996, when Erin Riehle was Director of Cincinnati Children's Emergency Department. Erin felt that, because the hospital… Continue reading Project SEARCH – Wisconsin