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Employment promotion under the Clubhouse Model for Mental Disability : A Case Study of Eden Clubhouse.
Clubhouse model,Psychiatric disability,Clubhouse employment,Transitional employment,
|Publication Year :||2019|
|Abstract:||會所就業服務有別於現有職重服務，不以症狀和功能穩定性作為評估障礙者就業的指標，致力於發展工作日、過渡性就業、支持性就業和獨立就業，協助有就業動機的精障會員得以在一般職場中就業；本研究以真福之家為研究場域，使用質性研究方法，深度訪談 4 位職員與 5 位會員，描繪會所推動精障會員就業的完整歷程，會員參與的主觀經驗，以及會所就業本土發展面臨的困境。
The employment services for clubhouse is different from the Vocational rehabilitation service, which doesn’t take symptoms and functional stability as the indicators to evaluate the employment of disabled people. Clubhouse is dedicated to developing work-ordered day, transitional employment, supportive employment and independent employment, and assisting psychiatric disabled members with employment motivation to get employment in the general workplace. I choose Clubhouse-Modelpracticed “Eden Fountain House” as the research field, adopt the qualitative research paradigm. By depth interview method for four staff and five members, then images of the whole process of the clubhouse to promote the employment of members, the subjective experience of members' participation, and the difficulties faced by the clubhouse local employment development.
The study found that the clubhouse creates a 'voluntary' and ' equal rights ' environment, make the members learn working skills and interpersonal interaction during working days and gain a sense of achievement. As well as develops transitional employment workplace actively, lets members start from part-time, simple work, gradually adapt the workplace, and reverses the definition of success and failure of employment, Moves towards supportive and independent employment, and maintains continuity with membership and services. However, it is also found that the staff and members have different views on the employment development, the insufficient number of the work on the work-ordered day, the pressure and frustration brought by the workplace support, and the difficulty of the local development of transitional employment.
The study suggests that when the staff design the work-ordered day should focus on enhancing members' confidence and fostering a community atmosphere of mutual assistance. For the development of transitional employment, (1) staff are recommended to enhance their employment knowledge and skills; (2) to establish more contacts to develop transitional employment vacancies;(3) staff return to work-ordered day to assess members' work preparation；(4)Workplace support moderate to let it go, encourage members work independently. It is suggested that the government should pay attention to the employment needs of Psychiatric disability and provide appropriate services.
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