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This web search is designed to help individuals who are receiving services from Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) select a service provider. Individuals are able to select a provider based on where they live, the services they need, and on the provider's experience working with specific populations.

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Service Categories

Assessment
Assessment Services are used to gather information about an individual to determine eligibility or to identify a vocational goal. Services may include simulated on-the-job evaluations, paper or computerized interest and aptitude tests, informational interviews, person centered planning etc.
Business Technical Services
Business Technical Services include assistance to individuals to establish and run their own business. It can include assistance in developing the business plan, market research, and providing supported follow up after the business has been in operation.
Disability Skills Training
Disability Skills Training Services include ADL Self Skills Training and Travel Training. Services are aimed at assisting individuals to live independently so that they may work and to travel using public transportation.
Interpreting
Interpreting includes sign and foreign language interpreting, closed captioning, and other adaptive means to ensure effective communication.
Job Readiness
Job Readiness Services are designed to assist individuals with barriers to employment develop appropriate work behaviors, build stamina, etc. Service is delivered in a work setting or may take the form of short internships.
Job Related Services
Job Related Services include assisting individuals in identifying potential employment opportunities, preparing to apply for jobs (e.g. interview skills, resumes, completing job applications, etc.), and learning job tasks and adjusting to the work environment.
Miscellaneous Training
Miscellaneous Training is short term training that does not lead to a recognized degree or certification and is not typically offered by a community, technical/community college, business school, or adult education centers. Miscellaneous Training is geared towards teaching in-demand work skills.
Other Services
Other Services are services that the vocational rehabilitation program may purchase on a case by case basis on behalf of an individual to assist them in securing and maintaining employment. Other Services may include, but are not limited to, criminal background checks, academic tutoring, etc.
Pre-Employment Transition Services
Pre-Employment Transition Services include job exploration counseling, work based learning, counseling on post-secondary options, workplace readiness training, and instruction in self-advocacy. Pre-Employment Transition Services are intended to be the earliest set of services to assist students in identifying career goals and improve workplace skills.
Rehabilitation Technologies
Rehabilitation Technologies are used to adapt equipment and job sites to allow people with disabilities to successfully complete the essential job functions. Modifications may include physical changes to the environment, adaptive software for computer access, etc.
Supported Employment Services
Pre-Employment Transition Services include job exploration counseling, work based learning, counseling on post-secondary options, workplace readiness training, and instruction in self-advocacy. Pre-Employment Transition Services are intended to be the earliest set of services to assist students in identifying career goals and improve workplace skills.
Transition Services
Transition Services include both an educational and vocational component. There are two types—one geared to younger students (14 - 15) to help them learn about potential careers and the other for older students (16 - 22) to provide work experiences.
Treatment
Treatment Services include medical (occupational, speech, and physical therapy), psychological, and dental services.
Vision Services
Vision Services include clinical and functional low vision services as well as Orientation and Mobility. Services are designed to augment existing vision and help people navigate independently on the job and in the community.
Work Incentive Services
Work Incentives Planning reviews an individual's benefits and discusses how returning to work can increase financial resources. Work Incentives Coordination services may be used to assist in implementing work incentives, applying for Medicaid Buy-In for People with Disabilities, developing PASS plans, and reporting earnings, etc.

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