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#GivingTuesday 2017

EBI is excited to be a part of this worldwide movement. Your donations help EBI provide services to more than 500 individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities, and adults who’ve become disabled as a result of health crises, accidents, and acts of violence. This year, we have a $5,000 match for #GivingTuesday! Your donations […]

Coming Home

Please take a minute to read about Angelique and Glenn. See what it means to be able to move into your own home after living in a skilled nursing facility. You’ll understand why your generosity is so important. Meet Angelique.   At 34 years old she was living in a nursing facility. Blind for five […]

My Word: Makes good business sense to hire those with disabilities

Check out this article from the East Bay Times By Michelle Scott Hood. Read below or click HERE to link to the original article on East Bay Times website. My Word: Makes good business sense to hire those with disabilities PPhotograph by George Sakkestad Members of the Culinary Courier kitchen team include A.J. Miller, Kang […]

A Glimpse of Aging with a Disability

Please take a minute to read about Cindy and Donald. You’ll get a glimpse of what aging with a disability means for some of the individuals EBI works with and a better understanding of why your generosity is so important during this time of political uncertainty. Cindy lives with housemates in the community, and has […]

Stories


 

Read Linda's story here.

Read Hospital Intern Stories  here.

Read A Little History  here.

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Program Outcomes & Statistics


EBI Strategic Plan January 2016 to December 2018

 

Employment Outcome Highlights

During 2016/2017, 25 individuals were placed in jobs with an average wage of $13.68 per hour.  The range of wages was $10.50 to $30.25 per hour.  Highlights included new paid internship programs, the passage of Senate Bill 644, and development of an internship partnership with Bay Area Rapid Transit.  It took, on average, 240 days to secure employment for our clients.  Job retention, after one year, for individuals placed during 2015/2016 was 85 percent.

Use the link below to access more detailed information about employment outcomes.

Outcomes for Supported Employment Services 2016-2017

Satisfaction Surveys


Employment Survey Highlights
 
In September and October of 2017, EB received 113 responses to our employment-related surveys.  Of note,  98% of consumers felt their EBI job coach worked well with them.  All employers considered the performance of their employee/intern either Excellent or Good in most areas.  And, 98% of Family Members and Friends reported satisfaction with the EBI’s advocacy efforts.
 
Use the links below to access more detailed information from the employment-related surveys.

Supported Employment Services Case Manager and Dept. of Rehabilitation Survey 2017

Supported Employment Services Consumer Survey 2017

Supported Employment Services Employer Survey 2017

Supported Employment Services Friends and Family Survey 2017

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