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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. They must be able to provide relevant information to employers on the benefits of diversity in the workplace, the advantages of hiring people with disabilities, and the work incentives for which they may be eligible. They also need to stay current on best practices, know the legal issues surrounding workplace accommodations and disability employment, and participate in ongoing educational and training opportunities. This page provides links to great resources that will keep you at the top of your game in all areas of employment.


Rights and Accommodations

Rocky Mountain ADA Center - Get information and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act throughout our region of Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota

Job Accommodation Network (JAN) - Provides free, expert and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues

Assisted Living Research Institute - The Assisted Living Research Institute combines real-world expertise with data-driven metrics and the latest research methodologies to develop a methodology that uncovers the best assisted living communities in a given location

Employer and Employee Benefit Information

Professional Education

Project ECHO™ - Virtual learning communities that provide educators, service providers, case managers, administrators, families and others access to expert advice from professionals throughout the state and country, building capacity in home communities to implement best practices and improve outcomes

Marc Gold & Associates (MG&A) - Provides training and technical assistance to systems, agencies and families interested in ensuring complete community participation of people with significant disabilities.

Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) - Supports Employment First to facilitate the full inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and community

How to become an Employment Provider

Policy - Resources for people with disabilites

Office of Disability Employment Policy

Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) - Supports Employment First to facilitate the full inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and community


Centrum for Disability - Provides Work Incentive Planning Assistance (WIPA) and assistive technology assessments throughout the State of Wyoming

Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources

Certifications and Approved Supported Employment Curriculum Options

General Resources - Resources for people with disabilites

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) - Provides assistance to individuals with disabilities, their families, professionals, and University of Wyoming students through education, training, community services, and early intervention

Center for Independent Living (CIL) - A consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, non-residential private nonprofit agency that provides an array of independent living services. A CIL provides core services some of which are: information and referral, individual and systems advocacy, peer counseling and transition of youth with significant disabilities after completion of secondary education to postsecondary life. Wyoming's CILs also provide a transportation program

Wyoming Services for Independent Living (WSIL) - Counties served: Sweetwater, Sublette, Teton, Uinta, Lincoln, Fremont, Hot Springs, Washakie, WRIR and Park

Wyoming Independent Living (WIL) - Counties served: Albany, Campbell, Carbon, Converse, Crook, Goshen, Laramie, Johnson, Natrona, Niobrara, Platte, Sheridan and Weston