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Advantages to Students

  • Career Awareness Activities
  • Guest Speakers and Field Trips
  • Job Development
  • Placement Services
  • Work Experience
  • Preparation of Resumes
  • Job coaching services
  • Job Search Skills
  • Support for Career Training

Advantages to Employees

  • Job Ready, reliable employees anxious to learn
  • Reduced recruitment and training time
  • Opportunity to contribute to local community and influence lives
  • Training wages and Workers Compensation Insurance Coverage

 

Silverado Senior Care
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Crown Valley Animal Hospital
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Mural painted by student at San Clemente High School
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Resources

CAREER CRUISING

STUDENT LOGIN:  careercruising.com

STAFF LOGIN: https://www.careercruising.com/School/Login.aspx

  • Assessments
  • Resumes
  • Job Search
  • Career Research
  • College Research

Career Preparation Supporters

 

Career Preparation Job Technicians work in partnership with school teachers, government agencies and community businesses to provide the skills necessary for students to succeed in jobs.

CUSD Special Education Parent Handbook

 CAPISTRANO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Special Education Parent Handbook

http://sped-capousd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1255790833619/1255790719045/4785081196651014604.pdf

Jeopardy - Fun Way to Learn About Jobs

Driver's License Practice Tests

The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. Working toward practical solutions that benefit both employers and employees, JAN helps people with disabilities enhance their employability and shows employers how to capitalize on the value and talent that people with disabilities add to the workplace...

Visit  Disability.gov  for more information about job accommodations and other workplace supports. 

  
 
 
 
Saddleback College
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Smart & Final
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Mental Health Crisis

 

If a student is having a mental health crisis parents can call the following

Central Assessment Team- 
714-517-6353.

If emergency call 911

Community Resources


Transition Partnership Program (TPP)
cccollins@capousd.org

 PWI - PWI@capousd.org

Department of Rehabilitation (DR) 
 Laguna Hills Branch
(949) 598-7942 (VOICE)
(949) 598-7965(TTY)
24012 Calle De La Plata, Suite 220
Laguna Hills, CA 92653-3621

Workability I
cccollins@capousd.org

Saddleback Community College

On line application for reduced fare and access
www.saddleback.edu

 

Regional Center of Orange County One Stop
 www.dds.ca.gov/rc/rc368.cfm

Social Services
Social Security/Food Stamps
115 Columbia, Aliso Viejo
949 389-8201
 

Social Security Administration

www.ssa.gov

26051 Acero Road

Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Phone 1 800 772-1213

Social Service Agency of Orange County

(not social security)

Cal-Fresh (food stamps) & Medi-Cal 

Aliso Viejo Regional Center-South Region

115 Columbia

Aliso Viejo, CA 92656-1458

Phone: 949 389-8200

www.ssa.ocgov.com

www.ssa.ocgov.com/health

Orange County Health Care Agency: Public Health Care, Low Cost Clinics

www.ochealthinfo.com

Employment Development Departments
www.edd.ca.gov

Super Friends of Saddleback
saddlebacksuperfriends@hotmail.com

Kiwanis

Rotary Club

O.C. Transit Authority (OCTA)
www.octa.net

Orange County Housing Authority

1770 North Broadway

Santa Ana, CA 92706

Phone: 714 480-2700

www.ochousingf.org

Housing and Urban Development
www.hud.gov

Orange County Mental Health
https://mentalhealth.co.orange.ny.us

Chamber of Commerce

Mission Hospital
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  http://www.disability.gov/employmet/workplace_ accommodations_

&_supports/personal_assistance_services

This toolkit has information to help youth with disabilities transition into adulthood. It explains the different kinds of personal assistance services (PAS) that can help a young person become independent. Supports may include getting help with homework, learning to drive, help with getting dressed, work supports, or being cued to complete an activity. The guide is organized so that youth only use what they need, choose from examples that match their own situations, and decide on strategies they would like to try. This toolkit can help transition-age youth with significant disabilities and their family and friends navigate the complex world of PAS to help them make the best choices to become self-sufficient. 

 

  http://www.disability.gov/education/student_

resources/self-advocacy

This video explains to young people with medical conditions or disabilities the importance of taking care of their health as they transition into adulthood and take responsibility for themselves. Includes information on taking medicines, talking with doctors, carrying an emergency health information card, keeping a health care notebook, paying for health care, going to college and planning for accommodations, eating the right foods, exercising and more.

Pre-employment skills and jobs

Pre-employment skills

and jobs htpp://www.worknow1.com