While most of the life members did not remain in JPD, the division's membership grew beyond 900.
This document was accepted by the National JPD Board at their December 1982 Board Meeting.
In 1989 and 1992, JPD and the University of Wisconsin/Stout sponsored satellite teleconferences which offered training in job placement in sites all across the United States.
Her death at an early age prompted JPD to award a plaque and a cash award of $250.
In 1990 the JPD membership passed a constitutional amendment to change the association's name.
Presently JPD is governed by the following elected officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and six board members.
The JPD organization includes the position of National Membership Chair and the editors of The Job Placement Digest and The Journal of Job Placement.
JPD members receive the following publications: The Job Placement Digest (a quarterly newsletter describing current news and updates about JPD and job placement-related information), and The Journal of Job Placement (a scholarly job placement research publication printed twice per year).
The efforts and accomplishments of JPD continue to assure equality, inclusion and successful employment outcomes for people with disabilities now and in the future.
The JPD does not use iron shackles on children and it does not have temporary detention cells," she said.
In case of minor crimes, the JPD prefers that the child remains with his parents after signing an affidavit to protect the child.
As a preventive measure, JPD conducts regular awareness campaigns for children, families and educators and has future plans to broaden its sphere to include all means of mass media.