PRE-VOCATIONAL SKILLS
At this time, My Choice Wisconsin is the only funding source that will cover Pre-Vocational Skills

Step 1: Skill Building and Prerequisite Skills

  • Goals are developed from AFLS Vocational Skills Assessment & Personal, as well as adult member perspectives. 

  • Programming occurs in the clinical setting with individualized support from Adult Care Specialists (ACS). 

  • The following objectives are taught using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)  (i.e. modeling, promoting, behavior chaining, and feedback): 

    • Interview Skills (scheduling, strengths & weaknesses, prerequisite skills)

    • Coworker Relations (hierarchy, appropriate topics, bullying, feedback & suggestions)

    • Workplace Safety (hazard & danger signs, gross motor/fine motor)

    • Laundry (sorting, using washing and drying machines, folding)

    • Retail/Office Skills, Restaurant Skills, Warehouse/Tools/Landscaping

 

Step 2: In-Clinic Job Placement

  • Participants have the opportunity to develop their job skills in a controlled and supported environment. 

  • Adult Care Specialists (ACS) help to collaborate with participants to develop an individualized job plan pertaining to their interests in the workforce. 

  • Participants are provided with opportunities to work in various jobs throughout the clinic including janitor, office, financial, and hospitality services. 

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