A combination of onsite training and paid work experience is provided to teach and reinforce good work habits. The program focuses on helping adults with disabilities, ages 18 and older, develop critical work skills and behaviors necessary to be successful in achieving competitive community employment.
Community Employment Services
Employment professionals work with participants to evaluate personal strengths and match them to jobs that meet their goals. Individualized employment plans are developed and include a variety of support services aimed at ensuring employment success.
Summer Employment Exploration
Students preparing for graduation and their life beyond are often uncertain about the type of career they may be interested in. Summer Employment Exploration gives students with disabilities, ages 16-21, the opportunity to earn money while “trying out” a variety of jobs. Summer is meant for fun, and this program includes a variety of fun activities aimed at enhancing individual employability.
- Student preparing for graduation
- Possess a desire to work
- Ability to maneuver in a variety of settings
- Must be able to provide own personal care
Day Service Program
On-site activities and community outings offer adults with disabilities ages 18 and older opportunities to develop independence, self-esteem, and enhance their quality of life. A variety of daily experiences offer individual choice and are designed to promote positive relationships in a fun environment.
Benefit Assistance Program
Benefit specialists help answer questions and solve problems related to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, other health insurances and public benefits for people age 60 and older and adults age 18-59 with a physical or cognitive disability or a mental illness. More information...
For further information or to schedule a tour contact:
Ron Klemme, Adult Program Supervisor
262-658-9538 or submit this email form.