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Callahan, M., Shumpert, N., & Condon, E. (2012). Profiles: Capturing the Information of Discovery. [Monograph]. Marc Gold and Associates: Gautier, MS.

Condon, E. (2010). PASS Plans: A Valuable Resource in Transition to Employment. TASH Connections, 36(2), p. 12-14.

Condon, E., Brown, K. & Jurica, J. (2010). Supporting Young People with Developmental Disabilities to Live, Learn, Work and Play in their Communities. [Monograph]. Missoula, MT: The University of Montana Rural Institute.

Brown, K. (2009). Connecting Youth and Communities: Customized Career Planning for Youth with Psychiatric Disabilities. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 36(4), 93-110.

Callahan, M., Shumpert, N., & Condon, E. (2009). Discovery: Charting the Course to Employment [Monograph]. Marc Gold and Associates: Gautier, MS.

Condon, E., Brown, K. & Jurica, J. (2008). Planning your Transition from High School to Adult Life. [Monograph]. Missoula, MT: The University of Montana Rural Institute.

Condon, E. & Callahan, M. (2008). Individualized Career Planning for Students with Significant Support Needs Utilizing the Discovery and Vocational Profile Process, Cross-Agency Collaborative Funding and Social Security Work Incentives. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 28(2), p. 85-96.

Brown, K. & Condon, E. (2005). Using the Discovery Process to Custom Tailor Employment for William. TASH Connections, 31(5/6). Baltimore, MD: TASH.

Condon, E. (2002). Increasing Family and Consumer Choice and Control over Employment Services through the Utilization of SSA Work Incentives. TASH Connections, 28, (9/10). Customizing Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities.

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