Employers receive support from United Rehabilitation Services
- Employer and clients work together to determine the best days and hours for the assessment.
- During the assessment period, there is no cost to the employer.
- URS will financial compensate all clients during the duration of the assessment.
- Clients are covered by URS Workers Compensation Insurance.
- Employer is responsible to schedule work for the client to perform.
Our job developers help individuals develop resumes, fill out applications, meet employers, and obtain permanent employment in the community.
Once an individual is hired for a position, a job coach may come to the work site to help the individual learn their job tasks, develop accommodations and modifications, if needed, and ensure natural supports are in place.
After an individual is hired, a member of our staff will continue to provide support to ensure the individual is able to maintain employment independently.
There are many benefits to hiring an adult with a disability in your workplace, including tax credits.
The following link is a great resource for anyone interested in recruiting, hiring and retaining workers with disabilities. Click here for an interactive information guide.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit: The WOTC provides eligible employers with a tax credit up to 40% of the first $6,000 of first-year wages of a new employee if the employee is part of a “targeted group,” including those with disabilities. The credit is available to the employer once the employee has worked for at least 120 hours or 90 days.
Expanded Tax Credit for Hiring Unemployed Veterans: Provides tax incentives for hiring unemployed veterans
Disabled Access Credit: The Disabled Access Credit provides a non-refundable credit for small businesses that incur expenditures for the purpose of providing access to person with disabilities.
Barrier Removal Tax Deduction: The Architectural Barrier Removal Tax Deduction encourages businesses of any size to remove architectural and transportation barriers to the mobility of persons with disabilities and the elderly. Businesses may claim a deduction of up to $15,000 a year for qualified expenses for items that normally must be capitalized.
We can help you make reasonable accommodations.
A job accommodation is a reasonable adjustment that makes it possible for an individual with a disability to perform job duties. Accommodations may include specialized equipment, facility modifications, adjustments to work schedules or job duties, as well as a whole range of other creative solutions.
A job coach can assist employers and businesses with developing appropriate job accommodations for individuals once hired.
Assistive Technology could also be used, which includes: Wheelchairs, walkers, text-to-speech on computers, text telephone, braille, seating and standing products, robot aided rehabilitation or audiometer and radio aids
For more information, please contact:
Jeremy Nelson, Community Services Manager at (937) 233-1230 or email@example.com.