Employment Services

ProAct offers a full range of employment services, available through a broad menu of programs

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Adult Day Services, formerly the Traumatic Brain Injury program, also provides community and center-based employment opportunities. Available at the Eagan location.
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Day Training & Habilitation (DT&H) provides work opportunities in the community and in center. Available at the Eagan, Red Wing and Zumbrota locations, and at New Options in Shakopee, as well.

Customized Employment matches the right person to the right job.  With professional employment specialists who are ACRE certified, ProAct offers Discovery Assessment and connects job seekers with employers based on tasks, skills and needs. A business needs analysis is performed to determine a productive employment path and ProAct provides detailed reporting and ongoing communication.

Extended Employment (EE) provides supported, community and center-based employment. Available at the Eagan and Red Wing locations.

Employment Training Services (ETS) has pre-vocational services that are designed to prepare individuals for employment, equipped with good work habits and effective interpersonal and problem solving skills. Available at the Eagan, Hudson and Red Wing locations.

Supported Employment Services (SES) includes both individual and group options in the community. Available at all locations, except New Options.

 

 

Our Employment Department offers multiple services, which include:

  • Pre-employment assessments
  • Job search
  • Placement
  • Assessments
  • Job coaching
  • Job tryouts
  • On the job training
  • Long term support

As advisors and researchers, members of the ProAct Employment team examine elements in the equation of a successful employee and employer matchup.  Personal interviews and observations of tasks, skills and interests in several work environments provide information for an objective analysis. The team works as a cohesive unit to find the best solution for each individual’s career interests, and the opportunities that are available.

Job candidates add value to the organizations that employ them. Companies and organizations that hire people with disabilities are able to show a commitment to workplace diversity and build community awareness about the value of such individuals in the workforce.

Additionally, there are potential tax incentives that provide an additional benefit to employers.

Available at the Eagan, Hudson and Red Wing locations, and coming soon to New Options in Shakopee.
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