Careers/Employment

Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities often are not treated equally, having been labeled by their disability and separated from the community. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity for a full life in their community​, where they can live, learn, work, and socialize, while receiving the supports they need to live the life they choose.​ All of our Direct Support Professionals, regardless of program, work towards that belief.

If you would like to complete an application, you may come into our administrative office at 734 Main Street, Danville, VA, or you may download an application and either mail, email a completed application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or fax to 836.5419. We keep applications on file for up to 12 months. You will have to complete the application after you download it. You cannot complete the application online. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Transition Specialist DSP
Posting Always Open

Assist adolescents with developmental disabilities, ages 16-22, in partnership with the student’s school, in learning and developing the skills they will need to transition to gainful employment, following graduation.

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Community Coach DSP
Posting Always Open

Assist adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to engage and become active participants within their community. Activities will include, but are not limited to, accessing community activities, socialization, exploring volunteer opportunities, etc.)

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Job Coach DSP
Posting Always Open

Work 1:1 with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to assist them in obtaining and maintaining long-term gainful employment. Activities will include, but are not limited to, assessing work readiness, exploring work opportunities, providing on the job training in a variety of environments, acting as liaison between employee and employer, etc.

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Life Coach DSP
Posting Always Open

Assist adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their home and community, providing general support of daily life, while continually teaching the skills needed to increase independence. Activities may include, but are not limited to, maintaining health and safety, home care, personal finance, meal prep, personal care, access to community, socialization, etc.). Great care is taken to thoughtfully match candidates with the individual they will be supporting by taking into account personal preferences, interests and personality. The individual served has the final say in the selection of their support staff

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