FOUNDATIONS OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CHAPTER TWELVEIntroduction Chapter twelve of the book Foundations of the Vocational Rehabilitation process 7th edition describes the process of job placement for people with disabilities who find it difficult to secure and keep a job. It helps individuals with psychiatric learning and physical disabilities who face a lot of challenges such as identification of job objectives based on skills and interests in the modern job market (RUBIN ROESSLER & RUMRILL 2016). The process is achieved by setting job readiness clinics like Minneapolis Rehabilitation Centre that develops a two-day training program of job-seeking skills. Seven activities of job readiness clinics As part of job seeking skills training job readiness clinics contain the following activities; Serve as sources of job connections: They train a client different ways of sourcing job opportunities through online sources informal sources like private channels of communication such as peers and enquiring from of family responsibilities lack of proper skills low self-esteem and even social stereotype that made her fear searching well-paying jobs. However Vocational training programs enhanced her self-esteem as well as skills that gave her confidence to secure a well-paying job. Research by Chung and Rubin provides a true reflection of what is happening to most disabled women in the society. It is an issue that needs the intervention of counselors in Vocational rehabilitation centers to empower such women through job seeking training programs that help them secure jobs with livable salaries. References Chung W. & Rubin S. E. (2016). Women with disabilities: Special issues in rehabilitation. In S. E. Rubin R. T. Roessler & P. D. Rumrill (Ed.) Foundations of the vocational rehabilitation process (7th ed.) (pp. 423-448). Austin TX: PRO-ED. RUBIN S. ROESSLER R. & RUMRILL P. (2016). Foundations of the Vocational Rehabilitation Process (7th ed. pp. 363-390 & 423-440). PRO-ED.
The book: FOUNDATIONS OF THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROCESS 7TH EDITION; STANFORD E RUBIN, RICHARD T. ROESSLER, PHILLIP D. RUMRILL, JR.
ChAPTERS 12 & 14
Ch12: As part of job seeking skills training job readiness clinics contain which seven (7) activities? Of these which do you see as the most and least essential? Please explain your rationale/
Ch14: What are examples of the employment inequalities experienced by women with disabilities and how does this impact them? Please provide examples and share your own thoughts and experiences.
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