Supported Employment provides several types of employment that afford individuals with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to work in a job that is specifically appropriate for them. The different types of supported employment are:
Day Program & Community-Based Services allow individuals to experience all aspects of community living through cultural outings, social enrichment opportunities and volunteer activities. These programs at Progress have a valuable impact on the people receiving those services as well as a profitable impact on our common community. Individuals gain a sense of self worth, while their activities supporting local theaters, restaurants, museums, grocery stores, clothing shops, and other businesses create financial benefits for the community. This very special union is mutually beneficial and affords people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to be active, productive citizens.