Job Placement: This service helps the individuals to find employment in a competitive labor market in an integrated work setting that meets the individual’s employment goal and employment conditions by using the individual’s unique strengths, interests, abilities, and capabilities.
Work Experience: This service is used to provide individuals with experience in a “real work” environment involving industries that are consistent with the individual’s strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests, and informed choice.
Supported Employment Services: This services places individuals with the most significant disabilities in a competitive job and then provides training and support directly related to the job.
Job Coaching: This service provides more training and support than the training and supported provided by the employer to assist individuals with learning and performing job tasks successfully
Vocational Adjustment Training (VAT): This service provides help to an individual to learn and adjust to the daily workplace routine. The service allows an individual to develop the competencies and essential skills necessary to function successfully on the job and in the community.