Connecting the Dots to the Future of Community Services
We are the largest private provider in Ohio for Community Employment Services. We provide day habilitation and supported employment community services through Individual (IO), Level 1, and Self Waiver. Capabilities is sought after for our:
- Comprehensive Services
- Focus on Supported Community Employment
- Flexible Personalized Service
- Optimistic Services and Culture
- One-on-One Customer Service
Capabilities is always seeking new and innovative ways to reach more people and help them connect the dots. We currently partner with the following agencies and organizations:
One of our main funding sources, Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) provides vocational rehabilitation and other related services to eligible Ohio citizens with disabilities who seek employment. OOD promotes independence and economic self-sufficiency and determines the medical eligibility of Ohioans seeking social security benefits by agreement with the federal Social Security Administration.
Please click here to learn more about OOD.
Another funding source, the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities ensures the availability of programs, services, and support for people with developmental disabilities. The Department provides funding assistance for residential and support services to Ohio’s 88 county boards of developmental disabilities. It also contracts with community providers for residential and protective services and operates regional developmental centers across Ohio that provide residential care.
Please click here to learn more about the Ohio DoDD.
A strong partner of ours, the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) collects workers’ compensation premiums from employers, administers and determines claims, provides benefits to injured workers, and oversees self-insuring employers (those employers who do not pay premiums for workers’ compensation coverage).
Please click here to learn more about the BWC.
A quickly-growing funding source, we currently partner with the Departments of Job and Family Services (JFS) in Ohio and Illinois to provide tutoring services to individuals with educational training needs. Qualified tutors and instructors assist with various areas including post-secondary training, vocational training, etc. to supplement the educational experience. These services are individualized to the specific learning needs of the learner.
Please click here to view a flyer about Capabilities and JFS partnerships.
The Project SEARCH Transition-to-Work Program is a unique, business-led, one-year employment preparation program that takes place entirely at the workplace. Total workplace immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and hands-on training through worksite rotations. The program culminates in individualized job development.
Please click here to learn more about Project SEARCH on their website.