Welcome to the ADA Coordinator section. This section has been created to assist those with disabilities and those that employ, work, or live with individuals with disabilities. The ADA Coordinator is a resource person to guide job seekers with disabilities at all levels through the complexity of entitlement programs, the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), and career guidance.
The ADA Coordinator helps the Workforce Development Centers’ partners develop improved services systems for people with disabilities. These improved systems ease access to services and the various programs that impact the ability to gain, return to, or retain employment and meet their career objectives.
Together with the Workforce Development Centers’ Career Resource Area staff, counselors from other state agencies, employers, advocates, and the disability population in general, the ADA Coordinator is the point-person that brings them all together.
Finding services and programs to help you does not have to be frustrating or confusing. If you are wondering how your benefits may be impacted, let us provide you with resources to help you understand the process.
The Workforce Development Centers’ Career Resource Area Assistive Technology Services are designed to meet the needs of the physically disabled, hearing impaired, visually impaired, and learning disabled. Varieties of resources are available from a TTY line to text amplifiers and software. Through these resources, the center is able to provide simple and convenient services for the disabled community.
Workforce Development Centers of Riverside County is an equal opportunity employer/program, Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities