A widely sought-after speaker, writer, and consultant, and well-known advocate for people with disabilities, Dale DiLeo has provided training throughout the US and in Canada and Europe on community inclusion for persons with disabilities. Dale has trained over 125,000 participants over the past 40 years, and delivered keynotes for the Canadian Conference on Supported Employment, the European Union of Supported Employment Conferences in Norway and Spain and the Association for Persons Supporting Employment First (APSE) and the Disabilities Rights Network in the US. He has consulted with state and private agencies, universities, professional associations, and corporations.

An early leader the supported employment movement, he is the Past-President of the Board of the APSE, and is the lead author of that organization’s highly respected Ethical Guidelines in Supported Employment, as well as the author of numerous books and manuals. He has developed several innovative web courses and sites in supported employment and transition. His most popular book, Raymond’s Room, focuses on ending the segregation of people with disabilities. His blog can be found at: http://daledileo.com


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