Meet the experts
The IASE regularly hosts conferences and events at which national and international experts on disability and employment address its members on the latest development and innovations in the field of supported employment.
The IASE has made these supported employment expert presentations available to supported employment professionals.
European Union of Supported Employment Conference, June 2013, Dublin
In June 2013, the IASE hosted the EUSE Conference, bringing hundreds of delegates from all over the world to Croke Park, Dublin, to hear from world experts on supported employment.
The conference placed Dublin and Ireland on a world stage, at the forefront of excellence and best practice in supported employment.
Here are the expert presentations from the three-day event.
Creating the Future of Supported Employment
IASE and NIUSE Conference, November 2014, Belfast, Northern Ireland
In November 2014, the IASE and the Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment held a joint conference to mark 20 years of supported employment on the island of Ireland.
Browse the expert presentations and workshops below.
- Cross border employment strategies – Marion Wilkinson, NDA
- Cross border employment strategies – Terry Park, DEL NI
- Our Future ECONOMY Implications for supported employment – Angela McGowan
- Working with HR and Business to progress employment for people with a disability – Michael McDonnell CIPD
- Quality Standards in Supported Employment – Dr Stephen Beyer
- A Client driven approach to Supported Employment – Peter Furlong and Kathryn Stiles, KARE
- Teaching social skills in the workplace – Greta Wangen Optimum
- Progressing young adults with autism to employment – Majella McGlinchey and Gerry McWilliams, NLN
- Supporting people with ASD into employment – Lydia Lynas, Rachel Shaw and Rachel Doran
- Welfare Reform – Universal Credits – Karen Hall, Disability Action
- Activation of young people not in education employment or training – Lorraine Boyd
- Assisting young people into employment – John McComb and Neil Hutcheson, Include Youth
- EUSE Toolkit for Diversity expanding the SE model– Dermot Cunningham, Employment Response North West
- Wellness Recovery Action Planning – John O’Grady
- Social Enterprise and Supported Self-Employment options – Norman Sterritt, Helen McQuillan and Yvonne Madden
- Transitions from school to works an European perspective – Des Henry and Grainne Berill, WALK
- Transitions from school to works an European perspective – Michael Barrett
- Community based vocational neuro-assessment service – Anne Woods and Sinead Drummond, Cedar
- Community based vocational neuro-assessment service – Maurice Hart, ABBI
- Positive Action Reasonable Adjustments North and South – Carole Sullivan, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
- Positive Action Reasonable Adjustments North and South – Una Wilson, Equality Commission Northern Ireland
- IASE Open Door Employer Project – Greg Barry, Margaret Halloran and Trish Heaney, IASE
- Working towards recovery Employment and Mental Health – Stuart Green