1. Rachel Summers

    Rachel Summers
    In the beginning of 2016, I received a letter from the Social Security Department about the Ticket to Work program. After doing more research into this, I found that I would be eligible to work from my home in an online situation.

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  2. Kathryn Knepper

    Kathryn Knepper
    Katherine identified her disability to be: hearing loss in both ears and came to VR as a self referral. When she came in she was already employed and hoping DVR would help her maintain her employment as she was having difficulties with her communication exchanges in the workplace.

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  3. John Kupec

    John Kupec
    John, a 59 year old Air Force veteran, was referred to DVR by the VA Specialist from DWS - Employment and Training division. He identified his disability to be: TBI- Head injury.

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  4. Beth Jones

    Beth Jones
    Beth Jones, originally from Cheyenne, has been working as an office aide at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities at the University of Wyoming for nine years.

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Job Seekers

Employment First provides state and national resources to assist Wyoming citizens as they seek employment opportunities.

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Employers can utilize these resources to learn about the benefits of hiring people with disabilities, how to foster inclusion in the workplace, how they can support an employee with a disability, information about relevant tax credits, local area disability resources, and other topics related to disability and employment.

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Providers that support and assist individuals with disabilities to obtain and maintain employment must have a vast understanding of employment from all perspectives. They must be able to educate the individuals they support on the benefits and rights of employees with disabilities.

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