Online Publications & Resources

The Sherlock Center offers hundreds of online resources and publications on topics across the lifespan, from early intervention to transition to person-centered thinking, employment and self-determination. 

These resources are searchable in the fields below. You can search by a keyword or an exact title in the “Search All Resources” box or you can search by project/service, topic or type – form, online resource or Sherlock Center publication.

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    Working While Disabled: How We Can Help (Spanish version)

    This Social Security Administration brochure explains work incentives and Ticket to Work programs that can help people with disabilities work. This version is in Spanish.

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    Working with Behavioral Issues

    This podcast (a 25-minute YouTube video) by Nathan Ory discusses ways to prevent challenging behavior.

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    Youth Transition Services, Ocean State Center for Independent Living

    Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL) is one of two Independent Living Centers in Rhode Island. OSCIL, located in Warwick, provides information and referral, advocacy, assessment services and a range of other services designed to support independent living. OSCIL helps to provide the necessary independent living skills and real life experience for self-directed youth ages 14-24 with disabilities to help them enter the post high school world successfully.

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    This organization's mission is to ensure that all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life and its vision is a society that has the knowledge and will to support all infants and toddlers in reaching their full potential.

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    ZipRecruiter is an online employment marketplace that connects millions of job seekers with companies of all sizes.