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Alpha Behavior Strategies

Services:
Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

Alpha Behaviors is a company in Denver, CO that helps teach adults and adolecents with special needs as well as vetrans be more self-sufficent. Or anyone that feels like they are stuck in a rut career wise and want to shake things up! Below are some of the services they provide and some of these can be at no cost to you if you fit the requiremenents.

-Assessments
-Job exploration
-Transportation
-Job preperation
-Home Skills
-Job coaching


Employment Options

Services:
Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

Our clients are recipients of Social Security disability benefits (SSDI) and (SSI) and receive our free help to find suitable employment in either Work At Home or community positions in 47 states.

Our services are absolutely FREE to qualified beneficiaries and also all employers who enjoy hiring our pre-screened candidates.

Employment Options is a national Social Security Administration (SSA) Employment Network in the Ticket To Work program. For over 20 years, we have helped 1000’s of our clients successfully return to work.

For over 20 years, we have helped candidates with

  • Assessing skills and abilities
  • Choosing suitable jobs
  • Application completion
  • Preparing a resume
  • Interview practice
  • Final job placement

Equability

Services:
Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

Equability is a clothing adaptation service for people with disabilities. 

 

We don't make any of our own clothes, we take existing clothes like button-down shirts or jeans and use materials like magnets, snap buttons, and Velcro to make them easier to wear. 

 

Our mission is simple: change clothes, so people don't have to. We want to adapt clothes so no one has to change their lifestyle or clothing style because of their abilities.


Department of General Services, West Sacramento CA.

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Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

The Department of General Services (DGS) is a state government agency located in West Sacramento and provides many services throughout the state of California. DGS is committed to providing excellence in the business of government and takes pride in being an equal opportunity employer.

 

The Department of General Services acts as the business manager for the state of California. DGS helps state government better serve the public by providing services to state agencies including procurement and acquisition solutions, real estate management, leasing and design services, environmentally friendly transportation, and architectural oversight and funding for the construction of safe schools, and much more!

 

DGS is an organization with a culture that centers on our employees, vision, and values with accountable management dedicated to staff and public service.

 

DGS offers great compensation opportunities and full benefits, job security and flexibility, generous paid time off, flexible work schedules, and opportunity for career advancement and upward mobility, health, dental & vision insurance for the entire family, and an excellent pension plan!

 

The Recruitment team at DGS can assist candidates with aligning their skills, interests, and experience with the right job opportunity.

 

If you are interested in state employment opportunities in California, visit https://jobs.ca.gov/ or contact our recruiters at [email protected] with any questions.

 

With 18 lines of business, DGS has an opportunity for you!


Clearbrook

Services:
Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

Clearbrook is committed to being a leader in creating innovative opportunities, services and supports for people with disabilities.  With a staff of 900+ and more than 50 locations across Chicagoland, Clearbrook is proud to report that 92 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into our programs and services.

What began modestly as a small group of parents in Rolling Meadows hoping to establish a “school for their special needs children” has expanded significantly to reflect the current needs of families with children diagnosed with developmental delays, as well as adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, most notably those with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    • CLEARBROOK TODAY

    We serve people over a range of ages and disabilities from children diagnosed with developmental delays at birth to the unique needs of seniors with disabilities and all ages in between.

    Quick Facts

    • Supports over 8,000 individuals and their families annually
    • Serves 15 counties in over 160 communities in Chicago, the suburbs, and northern Illinois.
    • Provides services at over 50 locations.
    • Employs over 900 full-and part-time staff.
    • Is the largest provider in the state of Illinois of home-based services.
    • Has an administrative overhead of 8% – well below the industry standard of 15-25%.
    • Is licensed, certified and/or accredited by the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Illinois Department of Public Health, SourceAmerica and the US Department of Labor.
    • Receives approximately 70% of our funding from the government.

    Anderson County Disabilities and Special Needs Board

    Services:
    Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

    The Walgreens Employment Project is an integral part of the Walgreens Initiative designed to offer people with disabilities a hands-on training environment to prepare them for potential employment at the Walgreens Distribution Center.

    The training program is free for those who qualify for services with one of the agency partners. While it does not guarantee someone a job at Walgreens, it does give them the necessary skills and training to help them successfully compete for employment.

    What does the training process involve?

    The training program is composed of three areas: Workstation Concepts, Soft Skills Curriculum and Productivity.

    Workstation Concepts: Training is done on simulated workstations on three specific jobs: Case Check In, Detrash and AKL. The trainee is taught the essential job functions for that workstation, according to the training manual, and is expected to demonstrate the ability to perform all tasks involved.

    Soft Skills: The Soft Skills curriculum is an eleven module training course that covers social skills as relates to the work environment.

    Topics in the curriculum include:

    Being a Team Player, Following Directions and Responding to Positive and Constructive Feedback.

    Productivity: Trainees are expected to demonstrate an ability to meet the productivity rate required for the particular workstation they train on. Rate is measured through a series of time trials which helps trainers assess whether or not the trainee would be able to maintain rate on the job.

     

     


    Ablr

    Services:
    Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

    Ablr is a leading disability inclusion and accessibility company that was created to level the playing field for people of all abilities while protecting organizations through mitigating legal risk, maximizing revenues, and ensuring inclusivity!

    We help organizations by:

    1. Eliminating the digital divide through our Digital Accessibility Services
    2. Changing the mindsets of people and organizations through our Disability Inclusion Training Modules and advisory services
    3. Creating pathways for employment though our Workforce Development and Internship Programs.

    Ablr deploys an industry-first approach to digital accessibility through an optimal blend of technology AND Certified Accessibility Analysts, many of whom have disabilities themselves. This ensures your content is not only ADA compliant, but fully accessible and usable for people with disabilities in support of WCAG. Additionally, our range of DEI training and service offerings will help integrate accessibility practices into the core of your organization.


    The College Internship Program

    Services:
    Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

    The College Internship Program or CIP  is a comprehensive transition program for young adults age 18-26 with autism and other learning differences. CIP supports students as they transition to college and the workplace with locations in Indiana, Massachusetts, Florida, Northern and Southern California.

    All students have internships or jobs and live independently in apartments. Students also receive a variety of support in areas including Individual Therapy; Advising; Tutorials; Social Skills and Social Mentoring; Relationship Development Groups; Sensory Integration; Wellness; Executive Functioning; Residential support; career supports, recreational programming, etc.  CIP welcomes part-time and full-time employment opportunities for their students and alumni around the country.

    Please visit www.cipworldwide.org or call 877-566-9247 for more information.


    The Chicago Lighthouse

    Services:
    Service Provider Organization that offers job training, placement, education, and community resources to individuals with disabilities.

    The Chicago Lighthouse is a world-renowned social service organization serving the blind, visually impaired, disabled and Veteran communities. Recognized as a pioneer in innovation since 1906, The Chicago Lighthouse provides vision rehabilitation services, education, employment opportunities and assistive technology for people of all ages.

    We help our clients build valuable skills, reach professional goals and develop strategies for career advancement, while helping employers implement practices that are inclusive of people with disabilities.

    Our social enterprises provide meaningful career opportunities for individuals facing barriers to employment, while earning revenues to supplement Chicago Lighthouse programs and services.

    Our education programs help children and students learn to meet developmental and educational milestones, build supportive relationships, and fully participate in their communities.

    We help our clients maximize independent functioning through programs that build confidence, provide social interaction and teach lessons in daily living.

    Our team of specialists provides access to cutting-edge technology, assistive devices and independent living aids to help individuals with visual impairments live life to the fullest.

    Our vision care services are designed to nurture and empower patients at every stage of vision loss. We strive to create a warm therapeutic relationship between our patients and practitioners.


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