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  • SE | Core Principles & Recommended Interventions (Mini-Poster)

    This 8.5" x 11" mini-poster is a quick guide for direct-service providers utilizing the core principles of Supported Employment (SE), the evidence-based practice. It is a companion to the large 18" x 24" wall poster available in this database. These posters educate viewers about the recommended interventions for each core principle of SE. Free PDFs available.

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SE | Core Principles & Recommended Interventions (Mini-Poster)

This 8.5" x 11" mini-poster is a quick guide for direct-service providers utilizing the core principles of Supported Employment (SE), the evidence-based practice. This poster provides recommended interventions for each principle for the following service providers: supported-employment specialist; mental-health professionals; and vocational-rehabilitation counselors. Use it as a reminder to ask yourself an important question for each person you serve each time you meet with him or her.
  • "Which of the core principles do I need to focus upon today in this moment?
  • "What can I do to keep myself aligned with this person's employment goals?"

Leave this mini-poster on your desk or carry it with you into the community. Also, use it as an educational tool to facilitate conversations about SE with consumers, family members, and community stakeholders. A large version (18" x 24") is available for display in waiting rooms and offices.


PRODUCT SPECS

  • 8.5"(w) x 11"(h) poster
  • 2 colors
  • Free PDF (see right column)

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ABOUT THE MODEL

SE is designed to help people diagnosed with mental illness find a regular job of their choice in the community. SE is different from traditional vocational rehabilitation approaches. It emphasizes rapid job-search and placement services, among other consumer-centered principles and practices. It does not require pre-employment training or workshops.

Supported Employment (SE), the evidence-based practice, was created and is studied by researchers Deborah R. Becker, MEd, CRC, and Robert E. Drake, MD, PhD, and their colleagues at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center (PRC) of Dartmouth Medical School. SE is also known as Individual Placement & Support (IPS). More information about SE is available on this website.


CITATION

Title: SE | Core Principles & Recommended Interventions (Mini-Poster)
Author(s): Paul M. Kubek, Sarah Swanson & Patrick E. Boyle
Publication Year: 2005, 2007
Publisher City: Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher Name: Center for Evidence-Based Practices, Case Western Reserve University

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