The goal of our Vocational Rehabilitation Program is to provide a variety of services that develop and support the accomplishment of goals leading to meaningful competitive employment for our clients with disabilities.
Individualized Employment Plans (IEP) are developed by each client and his or her support group. The IEP includes choosing his or her training goals, objectives, and services they would like to receive.
Clients undergo a thorough job skills readiness assessment and based on assessment results he or she is given an appropriate service array. These services include job readiness classes and hands-on job readiness training in the field.
At the Center, clients have the opportunity to explore different jobs and skills ranging from janitorial services, yard maintenance, landscaping, agricultural and hydroponic skills, green house maintenance, car wash and detailing, as well as small craft production.
Clients are paid based on their productivity levels and are rewarded for increased and improved productivity. Once the necessary skills are obtained clients are then placed in competitive jobs within the community and continue to receive supportive follow-up services for the initial six months of employment.
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