Nearly 30 years ago, Development Workshop was one of the pioneers in Idaho in establishing Community Supported Employment.
Community Supported Employment provides employers and people with disabilities access to a job coach. The primary responsibility of the job coach is to assist the individual in exploring employment opportunities, providing skill training, and facilitating in the adjustment process that occurs naturally whenever anyone accepts a new job. The job coach can provide long-term follow up to ensure continued employer-employee satisfaction.
When hiring, we look for someone who has a good attitude and is dependable. Noel is always on time. He’s very dedicated to his job.
They find the right person for the job that you have.
The best part of hiring through Development Workshop is the screening process. We have another person on our side, knowing what we do, helping us find the right person for the job.
The best part of hiring is the job coaches. They really support us—it’s like having another team member.
Community Employment Services at Development Workshop has earned internationally-recognized CARF accreditation. CARF’s rigorous audits ensure that the services provided meet the highest quality standards and deliver the best possible results.
Development Workshop can help. We can provide valuable training and answer your questions and concerns as they relate to employing people with disabilities.