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Offering support and strategies to help you get that job

Our group employment service aims to help the individual we serve to problem-solve ways to organize their thoughts while filling out job applications in a group setting. We also aim to provide assistance, support, and strategies to help them handle the stress that comes with undergoing through the whole application process.

Group Employment Support can help a person learn new job skills that will help them get the job they want in the community. It is a service that helps people:

  • learn to work with other people,
  • make lists of work tasks,
  • make a plan for working in the community,
  • learn ways to get to and from work.
  • and understand how to work as part of a group.

People taking part in this service may work at one location or the group may travel to a few different locations to work. Group Employment Support is provided in community settings, which offers groups of workers with disabilities paid employment and work experience.

When to apply this service

The person’s service and support administrator, or SSA, will assess them for a need for Group Employment Support. If there is a need, the SSA will include it in the person’s individual service plan.

Group Employment Support activities are provided in a business, industry, or community settings for groups of Moor more people with disabilities and can include:

  • person-centered employment planning,
  • learning how to work at a job site,
  • job analysis,
  • job coaching,
  • and training about planning, arranging, and using transportation.

(Source: https://dodd.ohio.gov/waivers-and-services/services/group-employment-support)

You may request more information here or set an appointment with one of our representatives to discuss your needs in detail.