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One of the primary ways we do this is through no-cost programs and services provided at WorkSource centers. WorkSource provides employment services, workshops, hiring events and individual case management assistance at two full-service centers in Kelso and Vancouver. Click here to go to the WorkSource Southwest Washington page.
And sometimes, parents are the ones negotiating with employers, too. As a parent, you want your child to have access to the best opportunities, and there are things you can and should be doing to help prepare them. But going above and beyond for them can backfire.
Many employers are leaving behind a lot of the stereotypes surrounding people with physical and intellectual disabilities and realizing that many of the special needs employees they work with are the most hard-working and dedicated employees they could ever hope to have on their teams. In fact, employers can no longer even ask about a persons disability status. To strengthen that law, changes have been made extending the types of disabilities covered under the law.
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American Job Centers can help you look for work and offer job search workshops, free computer access, and more. Skip to content. Department of Labor.
The following resources will help move you toward a job that works for you and supports the achievement of your life and career goals. At the State of California jobs siteyou can take state civil service examinations, store different versions of your application, apply for vacancies at departments, track your application status and save your resume all in one place. This site locates local service Centers that can provide information related to unemployment benefits, career development, and educational opportunities.
Please enter your location to help us display the correct information for your area. In celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Autism Speaks is sharing 12 steps to help young adults and adults with autism find employment. Stories, tips and resources were developed from a collaboration of people, including adults with autism, dedicated to increasing the employment participation of adults on the spectrum. Autism Speaks does not provide medical or legal advice or services.
Here you'll find advice for autistic people on looking for a job, as well as information for autistic people in work. People with autism have some very valuable skills which can be applied in the workplace. They might have very good attention to detail, or be really good at sticking to routines and timetables.