|Ohio's One-Stop workforce system is designed to serve all
Ohioans in need of employment and training services.|
One-Stops are continually improving their services for job seekers
(including individual with disabilities) to ensure quality customer
Ohio continually monitors the One-Stops to ensure that the Centers
are physically and programmatically accessible to individuals with
disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities
Also, close attention is paid to ensure that all job seekers
can effectively communicate in the One-Stops through the use of
assistive technology and adaptive equipment.
Ohio-Specific Resources and Information:
- Disability Program Navigators work in some One-Stop Centers to
help job seekers with disabilities better access One-Stop programs,
services, and activities.
Ohio - A statewide non-profit organization that
provides information, technical assistance and training about the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals, businesses,
state and local governmental agencies or municipalities.
- WIA Section 188 Disability Checklist is designed
for local workforce areas to ensure One-Stop access for individuals
Did You Know?
The U.S. Department of Labor, Office of
Disability Employment Policy offers the following tips for interacting with people with
Listen to the person with the
disability. Do not make assumptions about what that person
can or can not do.
When speaking with a person with disability,
talk directly to that person, not through a companion or
Offer assistance to a person with a disability, but wait until your
offer is accepted before you help.