Providing employment waivered services in Howard County, Mo. We provide community employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. We currently have approximately 15+ individuals working part-time in the store.
More Than The Braun Home
Individuals Working in the Community
Community Employment plays a crucial role in providing a strong foundation for individuals with developmental disabilities. This nurturing environment offers support, training, and opportunities for personal growth and skill development. Many success stories have emerged from this program, as individuals who once started here have gone on to secure and maintain jobs outside of the Braun Home within the community. We have immense pride in the achievements of these individuals, celebrating their ability to find, apply, and thrive in mainstream work settings, promoting inclusivity, and empowering them to lead fulfilling lives.
Prevocational services provide one to one learning and group experiences to further develop an individual's general, non-job task specific skills which are needed to succeed in paid employment in competitive, integrated community settings, Services are intended to develop and teach general skills that lead to competitive and integrated employment .
Career planning is a person-centered comprehensive employment planning and support service that provides consultative, evaluative, and assistance for waiver program participants to enter into or advance in competitive employment or self-employment
Supported employment is a support service to facilitate competitive work in an integrated work setting. The service must be identified in the individual's support plan based upon an individualized assessed need which promotes the greatest degree of integration, independence, and autonomy. Models of supported employment may include individual support or group support, such as community business-based work groups and/or mobile crews.
Job Development is a support service to facilitate competitive work in an individual integrated work setting.
The service must be identified in the individual's support plan based upon an individual assessed need which promotes the greatest degree of integration, independence, and autonomy.