Work Activity Program (WAP) services through the regional centers include paid work, work adjustment and supportive habilitation services typically in a sheltered work shop setting. WAPs provide paid work in accordance with Federal and State Fair Labor Standards. Work adjustment services may include developing good work safety practices, money management skills, and appropriate work habits. Supportive habilitation services may include social skill and community resource training as long as the services are necessary to achieve vocational objectives.
The Work Activity Program provides a competent and dependable work force which contracts with various businesses in the community to do a number of jobs that is possible with enhance supervision and accommodation.
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)
ARS provides Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) services to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching for individuals with disabilities. VR assists those individuals to secure gainful employment commensurate with their abilities and capabilities through local job searches and awareness of self-employment opportunities.
Contact Mr. Si Ho at 562-632-1141 for more information