Personal Development

Taking A Holistic View

People with disabilities, especially developmental disabilities, often face greater challenges when it comes to connecting with others. This includes their colleagues and superiors, as well as the customers or clients with whom they might interact. Without proper soft skills training, it can be very difficult for people with disabilities to find or retain their positions. It can also have a negative impact on their earning potential.

Soft Skills for Workplace Success.

Our curriculum focuses on preparing consumers with disabilities, for readiness in the workplace. The foundation of our “soft skills” curriculum concentrates on the intangibles of work, including communication, enthusiasm and attitude, teamwork, networking, problem solving and critical thinking, and professionalism. Improving social cognition, social function and social confidence.

How We Help

One-On-One Support From The First Day

Soft skills cannot be learned from a book. They are applied skills that require experiential, active learning opportunities with appropriate levels of challenge, practice, feedback and refection. Our approach is tailored collaboratively with employers to design trainings within actual workforce conditions with a view to improving consumer’s responsiveness to the world of work and ensuring success over the long term.