IMPACT 2.0: Employment Research Project for Youth with Disabilities

IMPACT 2.0 is an innovative project to improve employment outcomes for transitioning youth with disabilities. The goal of the IMPACT 2.0 Project is to define best practice for Employment intervention for youth with developmental disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). During IMPACT 2.0 ten agencies will partner with the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship (UBC) in a research and innovation pilot project that will enhance employment-related planning and supports for transitioning youth (16-19 years or Grades 10-13) with developmental disabilities and/or autism, who are preparing to move from secondary school to post-secondary school and/or employment.