Integrated employment refers to jobs held by people with the most significant disabilities in typical workplace settings where the majority of persons employed are not persons with disabilities. In these jobs, the individuals with disabilities earn wages consistent with wages paid workers without disabilities in the community performing the same or similar work; the individuals earn at least minimum wage, and they are paid directly by the employer.

  • Medicaid Buy-in Q & A – This document was created collaboratively by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) regarding the Medicaid Buy-in, which is an optional Medicaid eligibility group that allows workers with disabilities with income above traditional limits access to essential Medicaid community-based services.
  • Provider Transformation Efforts – This report outlines ODEP’s work providing support for employment service providers for people with disabilities.