Screening and assessment
This section explores workforce development practices that assist the customer in determining competencies and goals. Practices can range from career development, exploration and planning, and identification of non-apparent disabilities to formal assessment and screening.
When a One-Stop customer experiences difficulty performing certain tasks, there is a possibility they may have a learning disability (which may not have been previously identified). This simple screening tool can assist One-Stop staff in determining the p
There are times when One-Stop staff may see indications that a customer may have an alcohol or substance abuse problem. The following simple screening tool can assist One-Stop staff in determining the possible presence of alcohol or substance abuse.
There are times when One-Stop staff may see indications that a customer may have emotional or mental health issues. This simple screening tool can assist One-Stop staff in determining the possible presence of an emotional or mental health issue.
Discusses the specific legal and practical issues involved in asking One-Stop customers about the presence of disability
A comprehensive look at the role of the disability community in the implementation of the Workforce Investment Act
An information piece that examines the pros and cons of disclosure for people whose disabilities are not readily apparent
Explains the process of understanding a job seeker's unique abilities, interests, goals and needs to provide the basis of Customized Employment.
A Powerpoint presentation by Ellen Condon from the Rural Institute at University of Montana on strategies for learning about the abilities, interests, and needs of an individual.