Highlights the importance of work and work-based experiences, particularly for young adults with disabilities.
The Kentucky Employment files are developed and produced through a partnership with the Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky.
This book helps you go through different activities to find out what jobs you might like and be good at doing.
The focus of this directory is to provide a searchable database of available resources, and to provide contact information to apply for resources and/or locate additional information. In many cases, we took definitions and eligibility for services directly from the agency websites that offer these programs.
Many resources for youth with disabilities about getting work. They also share ways for youth to become a leaders in helping people with disabilities get work. They can also help students in high school who want to work with computers.
This InfoBrief explores the important role families play in the job search and retention for youth with disabilities.
The guide helps those assisting youth with disabilities navigate the range of state and federal government programs and benefits for people with disabilities in the United States.
Introduces families to a new way of looking at career development for youth.
State program that gives funding, job coaches, and support to people with disabilities so they can work.
Phone: (502) 564-4440 or (800) 372-7172
Program that helps people with disabilities find jobs that they like to do and do well.
For general supported employment questions or for ideas to improve this web page:
Katie Wolf Whaley, cell 859-218-5960, email@example.com
Person to contact when not getting what’s needed regarding supported employment:
Teresa Brandenburg, OVR Supported Employment Program, office 502-564-4440 or 1-800-372-7172.
Gives lots of information about health transition and other websites to help.