Alberto Migliore

Alberto Migliore is a Research Associate at the Institute for Community Inclusion. He joined the ICI in Alberto Migliore joined the Institute for Community Inclusion in 2006 as a post-doc and then research associate. He conducts research about policies and practices that assist job seekers with intellectual disabilities. Specifically, he is interested in practices that employment support professionals use to assist job seekers. Migliore’s work includes descriptive, correlation, and intervention research designs, including secondary data analysis of the American Community Survey, the RSA-911 dataset, and the NLTS2 dataset. In Italy, where he grew up, he helped found a social cooperative where he worked for about ten years involving individuals with intellectual disabilities in community work activities.

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Data Note: Exiting Vocational Rehabilitation with Employment, by Race, for Individuals with Intellectual Disability

There is a long-standing pattern of black/white racial disparity in employment in the general U.S. population. This Data Note explores whether this racial employment disparity, that characterizes the general population, is also found in the employment outcomes of people with intellectual disability (ID) who receive services from the vocational rehabilitation (VR) system.

Strengthening Employment Services for Job Seekers With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Download the brief here. Strengthening the effectiveness of employment services for job seekers with disabilities is key for improving their employment outcomes and their financial self-sufficiency. The purpose of this brief is to examine the quality of employment services available to job seekers with disabilities, and to offer recommendations for improvement. Findings are from a longitudinal study that involved 61 employment 37 employment programs in 17 states.