On the job supports and consultation designed to support an individual to acquire the skills necessary to be successful at work.
A process designed to assist job seekers in securing employment that matches their skills, interests, and preferences.
A program to support students ages 14-21 to gain the skills necessary to transition from school to work. See more about Transitions.
Job Site Training & Retention Services
LOQW believes that all individuals with disabilities who want to work CAN work and contribute to their community when given opportunity, training, and supports that build on an individual’s strengths, conditions, and preferences. Our expectation is that everyone of working age and those supporting them should consider work as their first option as fully participating members of their community, and should build on career planning and engage in work that makes sense to them.
A discovery process and validation of an individual's skills, interests and support needs as they relate to work.
Job Development & Recruitment