Supported Employment offers support services to individuals looking to learn job skills, and obtain a job in the community.
AIM has designed this program after the Customized Employment Model; a person-centered approach driven by four categories:
Gathering information from the job seeker to determine interests, skills, and preferences related to possible employment
Job Search Planning
Using information from discovery to plan meaningful employment and a list of potential employers
Working collaboratively with the individual and employer to develop a customized job including supports, interests, skills, contributions of employer
Setting up supports to ensure a successful placement with both the individual and employer
Throughout these categories, AIM focuses on finding the individuals full power of potential to be employed. We fully invest in the individual to find a successful job placement, and we assist the individual in building natural supports throughout the place of employment to further enhance success.
Ready, Set, Work Curriculum
A 32 unit curriculum that teaches work skills. Everything from interview skills, resume skills, co-worker relationships, preparing for work, talking to your boss, etc.
For more information, contact:
Program Director of Employment Services