employment creation, one person at a time
Mission Hills, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
Jay Nolan Community Services (JNCS) expands employment service options in partnership with the California State Council. These new programs are designed to engage in a process to develop an individualized career path that will assist individuals on the road to personal and economic independence. This new partnership is geared to deliver a personalized employment service for every person, opposed to a generalized one size fits all program.
The enhancement to these newly Customized Employment Services is multifaceted and caters to each individual’s needs. Jay Nolan Community Service now offers assistance to people who want access to resources as needed to achieve career goals. For people looking to start a new business, JNCS offers customized job development including small business and resource ownership. For people looking to find a job, there is newly formed employment supports and job coaching programs, self employment supports, and assistance with accessing continuing education and certification programs. Other new programs involve benefits planning and management, which now encompasses financial literacy training and support.
Jay Nolan Community Services Employment team implements Customized Employment strategies to support people by engaging in the development and the creation of a career path, development of the income earning opportunities as well as offers support of each of those goals. The key differentiator to the JNCS approach is a particular focus on a person’s abilities and interests rather than what cannot be accomplished. Customized Employment is an individualized approach to employment planning and employment creation, one person at a time.
About Jay Nolan Community Services
The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs. Since 1975, JNCS has served over 9,750 people with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities in the community and have helped to employ over 730 people in Supported Employment arrangements. With over 550 full and part time staff, JNCS ensures each individual is given the opportunity to utilize consultation services, enhanced support, supported employment, supported and independent living options, as well as family support services.