Vocational Rehabilitation ( Congenital Deafness )
Vocational rehabilitation services assist individuals to secure and maintain employment. The goal is to help clients prepare for employment and to enhance their ability and potential to live more independently. The services provided are individualized and may include disability-related examination, counseling, pre-vocational or independent living training, job training and placement, equipment that is necessary for the job, and other types of assistance.
The agency also provides a Counselor-Teacher Program for the Blind. Services for this program include counseling; specialized information and referral; and training in communication skills, daily living skills, home management, mobility and orientation. There are no geographic restrictions.
The Assistive Technology Loan Program is available through the District Office. Eligible low to moderate income parents and persons with disabilities may apply for up to $35,000 in loans for Transportation or Assistive devices. Loans are granted by eligible lenders and administered by the AT Network. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call or walk in to apply for service. Online applications are available through the agency's website at www.dor.ca.gov. The Assitive Technology Network is available online at www.atnet.org FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for rehabilitation services. People who need medical services or equipment may be asked to pay a part of the cost on an ability-to-pay basis.
3595 Inland Empire Blvd., Bldg. 4
Ontario , CA 91764 (Physical)Get directions
Service/Intake and Administration
(909) 948-6050 (Voice and TDD)