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Seeking employment as a young adult with special needs can present some unique challenges, such as training and job matching based on an individual's abilities. The Center for Infants and Children with Special Needs at Cincinnati Children's puts patients and families in touch with special resources designed to help conquer these challenges.
Academy of Technology Advancement at United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cincinnati focuses on teens and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities and facilitates their transition from high school to career development and inclusive adulthood. The curriculum is individualized and customized to each student’s ability and is based on the Ohio Department of Education’s Academic Content Standards K-12 Technology and Certiport’s IC 3 ®Training and Certification Program. The program culminates in IC3® Certification, the Internet and Core Certification program. IC3® is a global certification program and worldwide industry standard that accurately validates skills and competency in computer and Internet literacy. For more information, call 221-4606 ext 29.
Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies help people who have physical or mental disabilities prepare for, find or keep employment. Services can include counseling and guidance to help the individual plan vocational goals, adjust to the working world, training to learn job skills in trade school, college, university, on the job or at home.
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