Individual & Family Consulting Services

Individuals, Families, ITA Consulting Services

Individualized Technical Assistance (ITA)

With a focus on supporting individuals and their teams to achieve specific employment goals, Individualized Technical Assistance can provide assessment and consultation to individuals and their employment providers. The following are some examples of service:

  • Individualized tools to increase independence and employability
  • Enhanced employer connections
  • Assistance to utilize social networks
  • Personal coaching
  • Learning preference development
  • Assistive and information technology
  • Accommodation and Universal Design
  • Development of personal resources/assets
  • Troubleshooting with existing networks to produce desired employment outcomes
  • Person Centered Planning to assess abilities, interests and strategies for success leading to desired goals
  • Research and connections to professional community resources

Please visit the Wise staff bio pages to learn about Wise staff areas of experience and expertise. In addition, Wise works with outside consultants to provide ITA services. Visit our Wise Associates page to learn more about these consultants. 

  Resources

Washington State DSHS
Pacific Northwest Resource Map

Pacific Northwest Resource Map of the PNW to find organizations and /or employment agencies in your county.

Information on Disabilities

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