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12313Employment Support for Persons with Disabilities▲DVD on know-hows for employing persons with developmental disabilities▲Best Practices of Work Place Improvement for Employees with Disabilities■ Support for Employers Concerning Disability Employment ■■ Support for Employers Concerning Disability Employment❶Manuals and Other MaterialsProvision of Information, Counseling and Support for Employers Manuals and reports of successful cases introducing expertise in employment management of persons with disabilities are distributed, and DVDs are available for rent. These materials are also published on website. “Reference Materials (handbooks, manuals, etc.)”:http://www.jeed.or.jp/disability/data/handbook/index.html (Japanese)Training Courses for Qualification of Vocational Life Consultants for Persons with Disabilities Under the Law for Employment Promotion of Persons with Disabilities, enterprises employing 5 or more persons with disabilities are required to appoint a vocational life consultant who would offer advice and guidance to disabled workers on all aspects of their vocational life. JEED conducts training courses for this qualication. ❷Reference Service for Disability Employment❸Information on Home-based Employment and Work A website has been created to introduce successful cases of disability employment gathered from companies that are taking inventive and positive approaches to employ persons with disabilities as well as the cases where reasonable accommodations are provided. “Reference Service for Successful Cases of Disability Employment”: http://www.ref.jeed.or.jp/ (Japanese) In order to promote home-based work for persons with severe disabilities, JEED introduces cases of working at home and organizations supporting home-based work on the following website. “Challenge Home Office (Supporting Home-based Work)”:http://www.challenge.jeed.or.jp/ (Japanese) JEED is helping to spread the use of equipment and software that support persons with disabilities in their work through its website and other media. JEED also lends assistive equipment free of charge to employers and employers’ organizations for a xed period of time. At the time of lending, counseling services are available to ensure that the appropriate equipment is chosen considering their workplace environments and their workers’ disability traits. Lending of the equipment is handled through the JEED headquarters or on the following website. “Assistive Technology at Work”: http://www.kiki.jeed.or.jp/ (Japanese)▲Trackball/joystick mouse for persons with physical disabilities▲Magnier for persons with visual disabilities❺Counseling and Support by Disability Employment Experts At the Central Information Center for Disability Employment (Sumida-ku, Tokyo), Disability Employment Experts, who have experience of working at private companies, provides counseling and support on the employment management as well as utilization of assistive technology at work, according to the business scale and industrial characteristics. Central Information Center for Disability Employment: E-mail: syougai-soudan@jeed.or.jp❹Promotion of Assistive Technology at Work Local Vocational Centers for Persons with Disabilities provide systematic support for specific problems in employment management to employers who are planning to employ persons with disabilities and those who are already employing them. The centers create a Support Plan for Employers based on an analysis of individual employer’s needs and problems in employment management for disabled workers and provide systematic support, including support by job coaches as well as periodic follow-up services. (See p. 6.)Support for Employers Based on Support Plans

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