Regional Center of Orange County is committed to working on identifying employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities who want to work.
RCOC is continuing to explore and develop partnerships with businesses of all sizes, community organizations and government agencies throughout Orange County to identify various options and opportunities. Staff work diligently to match skills, talents, abilities and interests with the right job with the right employer.
For many of our young adults and their families, the desire for competitive and integrated employment in the community is at an all-time high. The task is working with our employer programs and community to identify and develop opportunities that will be of mutual benefit to everyone involved.
HIRE ME – Building Partnerships & Employment for the Orange County Workforce
This short video provides information from the perspective of current employers and employees and more about RCOC’s partnership with community partners
If you are an employer or business owner looking for qualified candidates and would like more information, please send us your contact information here: Employment.
For our potential employment partners, please visit our FAQs for Employers to help answer questions and provide valuable information about becoming an employer of people with developmental disabilities!
Video Archive of Success Stories and Information (coming soon)
FOR PARENTS AND FAMILIES
FOR PEOPLE WE SERVE AND JOB-SEEKERS
To assist Orange County students/youth/adults with moderate to severe disabilities, staff and families in the
employment preparation process, we have developed ten forms to be used for readiness skills development,
work evaluation, planning and referrals. Forms and more information can be found here.
Working While Maintaining Eligibility for Existing Benefits
Disability Benefits 101 – Working with a Disability in California
Social Security Red Book 2016 (Español)
The Red Book serves as a general reference source about the employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance and the Supplemental Security Income Programs for educators, advocates, rehabilitation professionals, and counselors who serve people with disabilities.