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WorkAbility

Business Partners

We would like to thank all of the following businesses who have participated in the WorkAbility Program.

 

To view the business partners Click Here.

Success Stories

Click here to read Kyle's story.

Click here to read Kevin's story.

Our Students in the Community

Transition Program

Contra Costa County Transition Task Force

Come and join the Contra Costa County Transition Task Force.  

 

The Transition Task Force is looking for members.  It began as a sub-committee of the Developmental Disabilities Council of Contra Costa County.  It is a collaborative group including parents, teachers, SRVUSD WorkAbility Coordinators, representatives from the local SELPAs, Regional Center of the East Bay, independent living resources, adult service providers, mental health and other supporting community agencies.  Its ongoing efforts have been to identify and address transition services and programs that facilitate and support a successful transition from school to a quality adult life. 

 

The Transition Task Force meets on the third Thursday of each month excluding December, July and August from 3:15-4:45pm at the Regional Center of the East Bay, 1320 Willow Pass Rd #300, Concord, CA.

 

We hope to see you there.

Policies and Proceedures

Click here for Program Policy

Who is Eligible for WorkAbility I Services

WorkAbility services are available to all San Ramon Valley Unified School District high school students, 14-22 years of age: who have a current active IEP, are enrolled in a special education program, and are making the transition from school to work, independent living and post-secondary education or training.

 

WorkAbility I

The mission of WorkAbility I is to promote the involvement of key stakeholders including students, families, educators, employers and other agencies in planning and implementing an array of services that culminate in successful student transition to employment, lifelong learning and quality of life.

 

WorkAbility is...

  • An opportunity for high school students to bridge the gap between school and the adult working world
  • A concerted effort on the part of San Ramon Valley Unified School District to help students with special needs to become employable
  • Funded and administered by the California Department of Education, Special Education Division
  • Serving all 58 California counties
  • Seeking employers in the business community who will give students with special needs the chance to prove themselves

WHAT RELATED SERVICES DOES WORKABILITY PROVIDE?

WorkAbility may offer, but is not limited to, the following related services, as appropriate:

 

- Presentations on employment and career options

- Career interest assessments

- Career exploration

- A support system for making career decisions

- Job search skills

- Assistance and completing job applications

- Resume writing

- Job interview techniques

- Work site coaching and supervision

- Subsidized pay

- Outside agency information

Goals of WorkAbility

  • Increase the percentage of students with disabilities employed
  • Increase the percentage of students with disabilities employed without subsidies
  • Increase the percentage of students with disabilities enrolled in post-secondary education
  • Increase the percentage of students with disabilities who report satisfaction with their independent living status and community involvment

WorkAbility Team


 

Susan Frankel
(925) 479-1221
sfrankel@srvusd.net
Serving:
Calilfornia High School
Del Amigo High School
Dougherty Valley High School
Venture School

 

Noralyn Giles
(925) 552-3030
ngiles@srvusd.net
Serving:
San Ramon Valley High School
Monte Vista High School
Transition Program

 

Program Supervisor
Randy Linscheid
(925) 552-5508
rlinscheid@srvusd.net

WorkAbility I Video