A job coach is an individual who is employed to help people with disabilities learn, accommodate, and perform their work duties. Our Career coaches work with individuals one-on-one and/or in a small group. Our Career Coaching services provide coaching for the following areas:
Our High School Career Coaching Program help students to explore careers based on their passion, interests, values, skills, and identify matching potential career pathways, and abilities. The career coaching process is intended to assist a student in discovering potential goals, building a plan for reaching these goals, and identifying any potential barriers to goal achievement. We help students explore opportunities that would allow them to be successful in a career. Upon completion of the coaching program each student would receive a certificate of completion and awards.
We offer a peer to peer group coaching program for social skills and life coaching intervention. The program offers entrepreneurial exploration for self-employment and so much more.
PSAT is a structured class designed to meet the unique needs of each individual and address a variety of vocational impediments. This service is specifically designed to address work-related behaviors that inhibit clients’ abilities to successfully search for a job and achieve and maintain employment.
We provide clients with the tools that they need to acquire jobs that are a match for their individual interests, skills, and abilities.
Some of the services provided include:
PSAT services provide a comprehensive plan utilizing instructionalclassroom activities in small groups or individual instruction and may address:
Job Coaching is a set of intensive one-on-one services in a competitive worksetting including job-task analysis, job training, job behavior management,developing natural supports and employer relationship which are needed to ensure client job retention.
Job Readiness Training (aka Work Readiness Training) prepares anindividual for seeking and maintaining employment through the use ofinstructional activities. The purpose is for the client to learn lifelong skills inthe areas of accessing labor market information, identifying job openings,understanding the application and interview process, worker rights andresponsibilities, problem solving, motivation and on-the-job behavior.Clients may also receive assistance in choosing a vocation or job consistentwith their aptitudes and interest.
"Vocational services" means a service that provides job training and placement, supported employment and training in acceptable work behaviors, and vocationally-related social and other skills. Our Services include the following:
Family Advocacy Programs through our trained counselors.
This service is a comprehensive, time-limited, individualized process that assists clients seeking employment to develop or reestablish job readiness skills, work habits and behaviors, quality and quantity of work, personal and social skills, functional capacities, and attitudes appropriate to employment. This service utilizes realistic work tasks to develop on-the-job behavior skills, proper work habits skills, interpersonal skills, work-related communication skills and to increase stamina.
This service is a time limited evaluation of an individual’s work behaviors designed to determinework habit deficits that prevent the attainment of vocational goals.
Supported employment is competitive work in integrated work settings for persons with the most significant disabilities for whom competitive employment has not traditionally occurred; or for whom competitive employment has been interrupted or intermittent as a result of complex barriers to employment as a result of their disability; and who, because of the significance of their disability(ies), need intensive support services; and extended support services in order to perform such work
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