Yesterday, Mary and I went to an appointment to close her case at the State Rehabilitation Services office. This agency helps people with disabilities, addictions, and other barriers to employment find employment. They have funds to help with education, transportation, testing, driver’s training, bus training, etc.
When Mary graduated from high school in 2005, the State Rehabilitation Services offices took over her transition services. They paid for neuropsych testing to evaluate her skills and her ability to complete job training or college, and find employment. Continue reading