This section reviews methods for providing employment support to all One-Stop customers, including those with disabilities.
A comprehensive checklist to be used by One-Stop Centers to ensure service accessibility
It is important to evaluate employment services and decide if you are getting the results that you are looking for. You should have high expectations! If you are currently using an agency for help with employment, this checklist can help you make sure you
This checklist can help staff and directors at One-Stop Centers and other agencies evaluate the quality and responsiveness of their services and how well they accommodate job seekers, including people with disabilities.
A quick overview of low- and high-tech tools and strategies that "assist" a person with a disability to do something that might not otherwise be possible
A list of easy ideas to help One-Stop Centers achieve accessibility for people with disabilities
Tools and strategies that make it easier for people to use computers.
Resources and organizations that can assist One-Stops in ensuring full accessibility for people with disabilities
Based on information from a U.S. Department of Labor report, this article provides examples of how One-Stop systems around the country are handling electronic access.
Excerpts from a report presented to California's One-Stop Career Center Steering Committee that covers issues and strategies to consider when designing universally-accessible electronic workstations and kiosks
Local and national resources for outside assistance in developing job accommodations.
The workbook includes "fill-in-the-blank" worksheets that will facilitate collecting the information needed to access WIA training services.