Meaningful life and work are important – we all appreciate belonging and giving to our community. People with disabilities are no exception.
Life & Work Connections can help. Learn more about:
- Learning skills for life at home and in the community
- Group learning in classroom and community settings
- Job skills training through paid work experiences
- Finding and keeping a job
From youth in transition to adults living in their own homes, participants are building skills for full community participation.
For more information about Life & Work Connections, contact Mark Satterwhite or Renee Carter at 573-874-1995.
Life & Work Connections
Your Support Coordinator can provide information about eligibility.
Read the Life & Work Connections success stories.