Arizona Legislation 2023
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Arizona APSE White Papers
Arizona APSE’s white papers on:
These white papers provide valuable information on the current state of disability employment in Arizona and offer strategies for promoting integrated, competitive employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. By reading these white papers, you can gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities related to disability employment in Arizona, and learn about best practices and policy recommendations for promoting equitable employment outcomes. These white papers are essential resources for anyone interested in disability employment policy and practice in Arizona.
Taking the Employment First pledge is a simple way to start putting Employment First into action. Take the pledge together with co-workers, family members, or within your organization.
Take a picture of you or your team with your pledge and share on your social media.
Be sure to tag @AZAPSE
#ArizonaAPSE #WeAllWorkAZ #EmploymentFirst
Use our action kit put Employment First into action! These action kits include simple and easy actions you YOU can do to promote and implement Employment First. This can be printed and shared with your co-workers and/or friends and family.
Share Your Story
“Nothing about us without us.” We want to hear from you and your family. Stories we’d like to share:
You can share your story with us by answering a few short questions or you can send us a format that works best for you like video message.
Speak up for yourself and advocate for employment in your community within the general workforce (competitive integrated employment).
Don’t let others tell you:
If you have the desire to work or choose to work, you are ready to work!
All people with disabilities deserve to work in their communities and be paid a fair wage.
Register to Vote
It is important for all citizens to vote and participate in the electoral process, including people with disabilities. Passing relevant legislation is vital to putting Employment First into action, and it is important we have people in office that advocate for people with disabilities, our rights and our needs. In order to do that, you must vote!
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