Real Work: The Development of Real Jobs in Typical Work Settings The 1950s: Day Programs to Prevent Institutionalization The 1960s: The Growth of a Highly Segregated System. A Valuing Focus on Work, at Least for Some The 1970s: The Readiness Model. Demonstrating Another Way and a Third Stream The 1980s: The Continuum Continues. The Rise of Supported Employment and Assistive Technology, and the Inclusion of People with Severe Disabilities in the World of Work. The 1990s: Presumed Employability, Natural Supports, Careers and Community Business. The 2000s: A New Definition of Success.