Whether you are getting ready to transition from high school to work, looking for an interesting new job, social/recreational or volunteer opportunity, or preparing for retirement from vocational services, United Disability Services can help. For more information on an Adult Service below, please call our main office at 330-762-9755, find the nearest location, or contact us online now.
SociAbilities provides a variety of social, recreational and therapeutic activities for people age 18 and over. Participant input, choice making and self direction are encouraged in every activity.
BraVo! helps participants explore community resources, develop community integration and social skills, and enhance personal abilities with a sense of accomplishment gained through a variety of volunteer experiences.
Vocational Services focuses on development of appropriate work skills and specific job training for adults age 18 and over through a facility-based work experience. This program also includes Buckeye Baskets, all-occasion gift baskets assembled by people with disabilities. Personal care attendant services are also coordinated through this program. Interested in learning more about employment opportunities in the community? Learn more by viewing this presentation provided by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD).
Community Employment Services provides people who have a wide variety of abilities at all skill levels with the support and guidance needed to assist them in finding employment. This program also includes Taste Buds which provides job opportunities and training in the food services and catering industry.
Vocational Rehabilitation Private and Public Partnerships (VRP3) is a two-pronged program that helps students transitioning from high school to work, and adults who are blind or have visual impairments with employment. Transition services include helping students define goals and interests while providing job assessments to obtain successful employment. Individuals with vision issues may be eligible for exams and other vision services to help achieve or maintain competitive employment.
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