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SERVICES

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Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS):

Let's Go Texas, LLC provides training for transitioning students aged 14-22, offering instruction and hands-on experience in five essential areas: career exploration, work-based learning, counseling on post-secondary opportunities, work readiness, and self-advocacy. Our services, recommended by the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, are available both on and off campus.

Vocational Evaluations:

A Vocational Evaluation is a comprehensive process that aims to assess an individual's vocational strengths and limitations to determine aptitudes, work-related skills, and vocational goals. The evaluation incorporates various methods such as standardized tests, interviews, vocational interest inventories, work samples, and observations. Professionals in this field consider factors like educational background, work experience, transferable skills, physical and cognitive abilities, personality traits, and interests. They also take into account any physical or mental health limitations that may impact vocational choices or job performance. The synthesized information obtained from the evaluation guides career planning, vocational counseling, and vocational rehabilitation services for the individual.

Job Skills Training:

Job Skills Trainers specialize in aiding individuals with disabilities in mastering and performing job duties with precision. Through personalized one-on-one training, they adapt their approach to address the unique needs of each employee. Beginning with a thorough job analysis to identify crucial duties, Job Skills Trainers develop a comprehensive plan to gradually empower the employee towards independent work. The ultimate objective is for individuals to attain complete self-sufficiency, executing job duties accurately and effectively without requiring any assistance.

Employment Training and Job Placement:

The Job Placement Specialist plays a key role in guiding and instructing customers to develop skills essential for successful job searches leading to competitive integrated employment. The specialized course covers the latest strategies and services to assist customers individually in acquiring the skills needed for various job searching activities, including gathering information for an employment data sheet, completing applications, crafting individualized resumes, mastering interview techniques, and conducting job searches aligned with the customer's preferences. The comprehensive training also addresses aspects such as job acceptance and overcoming employment barriers.

Supported Employment:

Supported Employment Specialists play a crucial role in helping customers with the most significant disabilities secure or sustain competitive integrated employment. This involves:

  • Offering personalized assistance to find a suitable job match.

  • Providing continuous support services.

  • Establishing extended services, also known as long-term supports.

Vocational Adjustment Training:

Work Readiness Trainers deliver training to individuals, addressing disability issues, interpersonal skills, daily living skills, and vocational impairment issues that may hinder VR customers from obtaining or maintaining employment. These services cater to customers with no work experience, a prolonged absence from employment, or a sporadic work history. The objective is to prepare customers for successful employment, enabling them to manage or address vocational impairments and achieve self-sufficiency.

Personal Social Adjustment Training:

Personal Social Adjustment Trainers provide comprehensive services and training that cover a spectrum of essential areas. These include community living, decision-making, and problem-solving skills, as well as health and medication management. Interpersonal skill development and methods of appropriate communication are emphasized, along with training in money management and personal grooming and hygiene. The trainers also address sensitive topics such as sexual awareness and appropriateness, fostering an understanding of self and one's abilities. Additionally, their role extends to identifying, planning, and delivering the necessary supports to help individuals achieve and sustain employment.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Supports:

Autism Supports focus on identifying specific skill deficits and crafting intervention plans that target five or fewer skills. These plans are designed to implement behavioral concepts, social skills strategies, and best practices tailored for individuals with Autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. The goal is to address and enhance targeted skills through effective and targeted interventions.

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