Disability Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, & Related Services

All of our offices serve people with disabilities.
Read further to learn about our services and partners.

Reasonable Accommodations

Materials in alternate formats and reasonable accommodations are provided to job seekers upon request. Depending on the specific request, advance notice may be required. Visit your local WorkOne office to inquire about reasonable accommodations and/or receive information on services offered. Examples of reasonable accommodations include:

Alternatively-Formatted Materials

Individual and Group Meetings

Form-Filing Assistance

Additional Available Technologies

Accessible Workstations

In South Bend and Elkhart, WorkOne locations are equipped with a variety of accessible equipment and software. Examples of assistive technology include:

Magnification Software

Arm Supports

Adjustable Desks and Chairs

JAWS Software

Large Monitors and Large Print Keyboards

Text Alternatives


Ticket to Work

Northern Indiana Workforce Board is an Employment Network for the Ticket to Work program. The Ticket to Work (Ticket) Program offers Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities the choices, opportunities and supports needed to find and keep employment, increase their earnings through work, and reduce their reliance on cash benefits to the greatest extent possible.

Everyone age 18 through 64 who receives Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits because of his or her disability is eligible to participate in the Ticket to Work Program. Participation in the Ticket to Work Program is free and voluntary.

Some of the services offered through WorkOne include job search assistance, career planning and coaching, information regarding Work Incentives and the impact of earned income on your benefits and ongoing employment support.

If you’d like to find out if WorkOne is the right Employment Network for you, or if you'd like to get more information, contact Melissa Gard at [email protected] or 574-807-4752.

Additional Resources

What sort of rights do I have as an employee with a disability?

Visit https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/disability/employeerights

Where can I learn about job accomodations?

Check out https://askjan.org/

Where can I find inclusive companies who might be hiring in this area?

This website has a useful collection: http://www.gettinghired.com/

What should a disability policy look like?

The Department of Workforce Development has you covered!

Is there anywhere I can go for advocacy and support?

Of course! We'd like to think we can help you out with these sorts of concerns, but we also recommend https://www.respectability.org/

Important Links

For more support for these sorts of services, feel free to visit one of our sites--but also check out the following links for additional information!

WorkOne Equal Opportunity Information
Ticket to Work Program
ADEC Disabilities Services
Corvilla Disabilities Services
InSource Special Education Parent Support

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Equal Opportunity is the Law

The TDD/TTY number is 1.800.743.3333. WorkOne is an equal opportunity program. It doesn't discriminate in the services offered. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

La Igualidad De Oportunidad Es La Ley

El número TDD / TTY es 1-800-743-3333. WorkOne es una oportunidad de igualdad para empleos que no discrimina en los programas y servicios ofrecidos. Ayuda y servicios auxiliares están Disponibles si se solicitan para individuos con discapacidades. 

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