"Give Your Business the Upper Hand" in Michigan

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Employers in the Great Lakes State know you can "Give Your Business the Upper Hand" in Michigan by creating job opportunities for workers with disabilities to reach their full potential and live the lives they choose!

Find out more on employment and economic advancement, state data, legislation updates, training, and much more information for all people with disabilities in Michigan by visiting www.leadcenter.org.

About the LEAD Center


The LEAD Center’s work focuses on promoting innovation in policy, employment and economic advancement to advance individual and systems level change for all people with disabilities.  The LEAD Center provides policy research and recommendations, training and technical assistance as well as demonstration projects designed to break down silos in existing systems, processes and practices, and foster wider understanding, adoption and integration of next-generation employment practices in both the public and private sector.

Led by National Disability Institute(link is external) with funding from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy(link is external), the LEAD Center – known formally as the National Center on Leadership for the Employment and Economic Advancement of People with Disabilities (LEAD) – brings together a range of organizations, thought leaders and best-practice innovators to expand policy, employment, leadership and economic advancement opportunities and outcomes for all people with disabilities.

Learn more about us and how we work to advance innovative employment outcomes and greater financial stability for Americans with disabilities. Explore our website and download a two-page overview of the LEAD Center.

The LEAD Center's Mission


To advance sustainable individual and systems-level change that results in improved, competitive, integrated employment and economic self-sufficiency outcomes for individuals across the spectrum of disability.

Visit The LEAD Center's website for more information on their services and partnerships.

 

 

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