Employment Services

The Center for Accessible Living has twenty years experience helping individuals with all types of disabilities, including Office for Vocational Rehabilitation clients and Social Security Beneficiaries find and keep quality careers.

The Center provides job development, job placement, career advancement, and training services, such as job readiness training or job skills training for program participants. The Program also provide supportive services and assistance for individuals with disabilities in work settings.

Experienced staff will help gather the tools and resources needed to find, get and keep that dream job. We have assisted individuals with GEDs to doctorates, high school to retirement and cross-disability.

We’ll help create a professional resume and fine tune interviewing skills. We also teach ADA rights and self-advocacy.

Individual counseling, classes and workshops will provide all the skills needed to find a job.

Persons with disabilities seeking competitive jobs and career opportunities can seek assistance offered at Center for Accessible Living sites located in Louisville and Murray, KY.

Private industry partners help identify competitive job and career opportunities and the skills needed to perform these jobs. This creates practical job and career readiness and training programs and provides job placement and career advancement.

The Center provides job development, job placement, career advancement and training services. These include job readiness training or job skills training for program participants.

The Program also provides supportive services and assistance for individuals with disabilities in your current work settings.

The Center is a proud lead partner in the Louisville Coalition for Workforce Diversity.

Kentucky Office for Vocational Rehabilitation Clients

Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP)

The Center for Accessible Living’s staff will utilize their extensive experience to provide services with an outcome of competitive employment. Job placement specialists will fit each individual with the position and company that fits best.

CAL also offers Skills Training and job retention for Social Security Beneficiaries. Individuals need a referral from their Vocational Rehabilitation counselor for this program to receive intensive employment assistance, including the services listed below.

Employment Network (EN)

The Center for Accessible Living is certified as an Employment Network. After successful placement into a career, individuals receiving SSI & SSDI can be referred to the Center for Accessible Living for follow-up and on-the-job support.

Our dedicated staff will ensure that your dream job stays a reality with services and supports to make it a successful endeavor after a Vocational Rehabilitation case is closed.

Social Security Beneficiaries

If you have one of these:

Ticket to Work

Then you can earn one of these:

Pay Check

The Center for Accessible Living is certified as an Employment Network. Individuals receiving SSI & SSDI can assign their “Ticket to Work” to the Center and receive intensive employment assistance, including the services listed below.

Job Seeker Services

If you are a person with a disability and are searching for employment, you may qualify for assistance.

The Employment staff is ready to assist you with:

  • Resume Preparation
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Internet Access
  • Job Seeking
  • (Louisville) Goal Setting Seminars – “Goal Chasers”
  • Skills Training
  • Career Development
  • Job Leads
  • Access to Employers with an Interest in Hiring People with Disabilities
  • (Louisville) Build Your Future Workshops for Transitioning Youth
  • Job Development & Placement
  • (Louisville) Professional clothing for low-income participants
  • (Louisville) Employment Day

After successful placement into a career, individuals continue to receive follow-up and on-the-job support. Our dedicated staff will ensure that your dream job stays a reality with services and supports to make it a successful endeavor.

Build Your Future Workshops for Transitioning Youth

The workshops occur each month during school hours in partnership with several local school systems. A list of topics and guest speakers can be found on the Calendar.

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