The purpose of Cornucopia’s vocational training programs and job placement services is to make a difference for each participant preparing him or her for the transition to employment in the community. All trainees, whether or not they complete their programs or find employment, learn something about themselves and about the world of work.
Cornucopia, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization providing one the most unique training programs in the area. Through our Vocational Services we provide Employment Services, Work Adjustment, Work Based Training, and Situational Assessments for people with disabilities:
The common thread among this diverse group is that all clients have a disability that represents a challenge to securing meaningful employment.
Cornucopia offers work adjustment services in a variety of community-based settings. The purpose of work adjustment is to help participants develop work habits, attitudes, and skills that they will need to succeed in the competitive labor market. Areas of particular emphasis include:
Work adjustment can also be used to evaluate a person’s potential for competitive employment and determine which areas of employment are best suited for the individual.
Cornucopia operates work adjustment programs
in the following settings:
Cornucopia’s work adjustment programs last an average of 8-12 weeks but the duration varies based on the needs of the individual. Trainees in the Work Adjustment program, and consumers referred for situational assessment are paid minimum wage while participating in Cornucopia’s Programs. All work adjustment locations are staffed by full-time Case Managers who coordinate the programs and ensure that trainees are making progress toward their goals. Trainees graduate from the program upon achieving the majority of their goals. Cornucopia’s employment specialists and job coaches are available to assist graduates in finding and maintaining a good job match in the community.
Cornucopia Employee Development Services for People with Disabilities are accredited by CARF, The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission.