Travel Training is used to help people learn how to travel on public transportation. It serves to assess a person’s ability to travel independently and teaches appropriate social and technical skills needed to utilize public transportation.
Supported Employment is a service offered through a Medicaid Waiver or funded through local county boards of Developmental Disabilities.
Supported Employment covers an array of services including Job Development, Job Coaching and Job Retention or Ongoing Job Supports.
Job Coaching provides easily accessible support and training needed to success in today’s competitive work environments.
A thorough and individualized analysis of the interaction and impact of SSI, SSDI, JFS, PERS, SERS, private disability plans, child support, subsidized housing, food stamps, etc. income on competitive employment.
Retention can include in person visits or phone calls to talk to the employer and the new employee to ensure continued success on the job.
Job Seeking Skills Training (JSST) helps a person learn the most up to date skills to find a job.
Job Development assists job seekers in obtaining suitable fulfilling employment.