Services for People with Disabilities
The Workforce Assistance Center provides education, training, work based learning, and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities who are unemployed, underemployed, and/or receiving Social Security disability benefits. We are an approved Employment Network (EN) provider and administer Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program. Ticket to Work helps persons with disabilities that are receiving SSI or SSDI return to work. Our EN has certified Community Partner Work Incentive Counselors who ensure that beneficiaries understand the impact of earnings on disability benefits.
The Workforce Assistance Center also provides support and education to businesses on the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), job accommodations, and the value of hiring and retaining skilled persons with disabilities.
Assistive Technology has been designed to maintain or improve the ability to function in all aspects of life and daily activities. Assistive technology helps promote greater independence for individuals with disabilities. Below is a list of assistive technology available at our facilities.
If you are interested in using our equipment, complete and submit the Assistive Technology Request Form.
|Amigo Portable Magnification camera|
|Andrea NC-Series Headset|
|Braille Sense Plus|
|Clear Sounds Amplifier|
|Duxbury Braille Translator|
|Flipper Magnification Camera|
|Infinity Adjustable Table|
|Large Print, Contrast Zoom Text Keyboards|
|Large Touch Screen Monitors|
|Neo II Laptop Communications (Text to Speech Keyboard)|
|Roller II Joystick|
|Video Reader Stream (Audio Book Player)|
Assistive Technology Request
Resources for Persons with Disabilities
Ticket to Work