Sep 28, 2012 - From staff reportsCommunity Entry Services has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Wyo Centennial Lasting Legacy Endowment Fund of the Wyoming Community Foundation to fund job training activities for adults with developmental disabilities.
CES is a nonprofit organization serving Fremont, Teton, Sublette and Natrona counties with supports to individuals with multiple disabilities. Founded in 1975, CES has assisted thousands of adults and children with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries to increase vocational and life skills, promoting increased independence and self-sufficiency.
The WYCF grant will be used to assist in the development of vocational training opportunities that provide specific job skills training for adults with disabilities. These efforts will address individualized job training needs necessary to promote skills development.
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