991 Joe Street, Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 phone: 307-672-2816
Easter Seals Wyoming, located in Sheridan, provides vocational programs that assist adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injury (ABI) in preparing for, finding and keeping jobs:
The Job Coaching program serves individuals with disabilities or ABI who are competitively employed in the community. Our employment specialist, or job coach, provides on-site job training, supervision and problem-solving, and helps develop natural support systems for the individual by working with the employer and fellow employees. This assistance is available for the short or long term.
Our Easter Seals employment specialist helps individuals with developmental disabilities or ABI in securing employment by assisting with resume preparation, job-seeking and interviewing skills, as well as by contacting employers on their behalf.
Easter Seals Wyoming provides job-placement services for people with developmental disabilities or ABI who are work-ready, but may require some assistance in obtaining employment. Our employment specialist may also facilitate worksite and/or job modification as needed, or assist in modifying or eliminating architectural barriers.
A placement service which promotes community-based, integrated competitive employment for people with varying degrees of developmental disabilities or ABI. Our employment specialist, or job coach, works individually with each worker on behaviors, social skills and adjustment to the work environment. The job coach teaches the job and helps develop natural support systems on the job. This service is provided for as long as the individual remains on the job or needs assistance.
Easter Seals Wyoming works in conjunction with local school districts in the Sheridan, WY, area to assist high-school students with disabilities to gain work skills and job experience prior to graduation.
For more information on our vocational services in Wyoming please call 307-672-2816.
Contact us for information about our other services for adults with developmental disabilities.