Picture cues of job duties.
Coworker support/supervision, ongoing.
Identification of jobs with only one to two job duties.
Specific systematic instruction from the job trainer.
Teaching the individual a consistent pattern of job performance.
Longer time span to complete projects.
Transportation if public transportation is undesirable.
Job restructuring and task modification.
Augmentative/alternative modes of communication.
Other assistive technology as needed, (i.e. screen magnifiers, reaching devices, tape recorders, lighting, voice amplifiers)
Work scheduling consideration for persons using public transportation and special needs transportation.
Learning style- make sure you use communication methods that work.
Frequent supervision and prompts.
Assistance with life problems.
Consultation for whole office on interactional issues.
Rearranging the order with which tasks must be accomplished.
Staff assistance to help with personal needs (eating , bathroom).
Direct staff 1:1 supervision and training of individuals.
Consultation with OT, PT, speech/language pathologist, behavioral psychologist.
Completely accessible work sites.
Subcontracted procurement services in community and in sheltered workshops.
Individual service plans for each person.
Ongoing support from an employment specialist.
Workplace environment modifications- w/c accessibility. work task modifications (i.e. jigs, fixtures, adaptive equipment).
Work task analysis and breakdown .
Work task adaptations- procedural changes to enable person to perform tasks.
Specific skills training for their desired position.
Staff training in the areas of disabilities of people served.
Lowered production requirements.
Job placement follow-up/follow along services
disability awareness training
technical assistance during employee's orientation and adjustment on the job.
Visual and verbal prompting.
Positive reinforcement strategies.
Preference and "can I do the job" forms.
Minimized reading and written language requirements.
Accentuation of hands on tasks.
Neuro-page-alpha, numeric paging device for on-task behaviors and directions.
On-site behavioral interventions.
Job assistants who drive, take notes and meet personal needs.