Through job placement, direct employment, individual or group supported employment and facilitated employment, ServiceSource supports more than 2,300 people with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining jobs in community-based settings.
Delaware Job Placement Services
ServiceSource’s Employment and Rehabilitation Programs are designed to help people prepare for, locate and retain jobs either in the community or as part of ServiceSource’s affirmative employment operations. Through counseling, coaching, instruction and networking, ServiceSource staff members assist participants to conduct their job search as independently as possible and find stable, successful employment in their communities. Placement services are provided in New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties and are funded primarily through the Delaware Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. For more information, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to do more than help people find jobs — we want to help them launch careers. That’s why we provide ongoing retention support services to assist individuals to be successful in their jobs. The retention counselor stays in close contact with both the individual and their employer, helping him or her deal with new situations such as changes in work procedures and working through interpersonal issues with co-workers or supervisors. We will provide additional training when needed, and when appropriate, will help an employer identify reasonable accommodations. For more information, contact: email@example.com
This program provides employment and job coaching for individuals who have cognitive disabilities that make it more difficult to transfer skills they have learned elsewhere to a new job. We find that people learn best at the job site where they will be employed, and we offer a host of supports to help make that transition successful, including:
- Intensive job development
- Transportation & mobility training
- Job coaching
- Employment advocacy
- Follow-along services
Employment Solutions for People with Asperger’s/Autism Spectrum Disorders
ServiceSource is committed to providing exceptional services for individuals on the Autistic spectrum, specializing in employment for adults with Aspergers Syndrome. Our specialized services have been designed with input from Delaware’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and the Delaware Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDDS).
For more information about this program, please contact Katrina Bradley at (302) 762-0300.
Florida Job Placement and Evaluation Services
Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation
Our experienced evaluators utilize a variety of assessment tools and behavioral observations to determine work readiness and stamina. The resulting evaluation report identifies specific occupational goals and provides recommendations for achieving those goals. Vocational evaluators at ServiceSource are qualified individuals who have experience in the rehabilitation field. At ServiceSource, we strive to provide quality services to individuals with disabilities and their referral sources. We are committed to working with our consumers and customers to provide these services in the most effective and efficient way possible.
Types of Evaluations Provided:
- Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation
- Community Based Evaluation
Job Placement Services
Job seekers benefit from our innovative programs, directed by qualified and experienced staff, designed to address specific requirements. We work with participants on:
- Career counseling
- Pre-employment skills training – assistance with resume writing and interviewing
- Job development, placement & maintenance
- Job accommodation assistance
For more information, contact the office located in your county of residence:
Citrus and Levy: 352-527-3722
Hillsborough County – Tampa and Brandon: 813-480-6894
Leon County – Tallahassee: 850-274-0204
Marion County – Ocala: 352-527-3722
Pinellas, Hernando and Pasco: 813-480-6894
North Carolina Job Placement and Evaluation Services
Through a collaboration with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, ServiceSource has placed adults with disabilities in full and part-time jobs throughout North Carolina, enabling them to become independent and productive members of their communities.
Individuals are exposed to situational assessments to identify vocational interests, capabilities and challenges. The evaluation determines the individual’s level of vocational competence and the specific programming needs of the individual.
Work Adjustment Training
Work adjustment training utilizes individual and group work and work-related activities to help the individual understand the meaning, value and demands of work. Work adjustment training provides generalized training and real or simulated work in order to assist individuals in the development of general values, attitudes, and behaviors appropriate for a work environment.
An employment specialist provides job coaching and can assist with job searches, application and resume development, interview skills and further job training.
Provides periodic support services for individuals with developmental disabilities to prepare the individual to work as independently as possible. The program encompasses a variety of services, which vary according to the employment needs of the individual participant. They can include vocational evaluation, job development, intensive training, job placement and long-term support. Support services for the individual’s family and consultation with the employer and other involved agencies may also be provided.
Adult Developmental and Vocational Program
The Adult Developmental and Vocational Program (ADVP) is a day/night center, which provides organized developmental activities for adults with developmental disabilities to prepare individuals to live and work as independently as possible. The activities and services of an ADVP are designed to adhere to the principles of normalization and community integration aimed at increasing age-appropriate actions, images, and appearance of the individual.
ServiceSource is an approved Employment Network (EN) through the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work Program and works to place individual ticket holders into jobs within their community.
Virginia Job Placement Services
ServiceSource has a talented team of Employment Development Specialists who work closely with program participants in their efforts to explore careers as well as obtain and maintain valued employment in the community. ServiceSource has the resources to ensure that the placements are successful for both the individual and the employer. Through our job placement services, individuals receive:
- Situational Assessments: On-site, hands on work experience in a career field in which the individual has expressed interest.
- Job Development: Assistance with finding job leads, developing resumes and applications and interviewing. Staff may also provide advocacy and employer education if necessary.
- Job Coaching: Extra support with training and settling in to a new job environment. Job coaches can provide on the job training for the employee and education for the employer.
- Follow-Along Services: Periodic visits may help some people maintain employment and deal with any issues that arise.
- Travel Training: Navigating the public transportation system in the DC metro area can be difficult. Our staff help individuals identify and learn the most convenient route to and from work, as well as how to deal with travel disruptions.