What Do We Offer?

Disability Advocate

We provide individual parent coaching and training on the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Early Intervention Services, navigating the special education system, understanding procedural safeguards and advocating for the needs of your student with a disability.

Educational Consultant

We are a full-service company with expertise in special education, IEP and 504 advocacy for students with disabilities in the State of Florida. We provide a comprehensive, and confidential review of educational records.

Career Counseling

We offer individualized, one to one coaching and career transition services. We help employees gain increased self-confidence, optimism, and enthusiasm for taking control of their job search to move forward. 

Vocational Evaluation

This comprehensive evaluation uses hands-on experiences and career exploration in a variety of work areas. Primary assessment components of each work area include. 

Pre-Employment Transition Services

Pre-Employment Transition Services: Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) in collaboration with non-profit organizations will provide or arrange for the provision of Pre-Employment Transition Services for students with disabilities.

Psychological Evaluation

We assess your child's unique strengths, weaknesses, and learning styles through interaction and standardized assessment measures. Our experience working in public school systems has prepared us.
Learn more about our programs

We Care Support Services offers a variety of services and we work diligently to coordinate them to meet our consumers and families particular needs.  We welcome direct contact with managers and supervisors. We understand the importance of prompt communication and we strive to respond quickly to any and all calls from our consumers and families.

Our vision is to empower people with disabilities through education, training and employment services while embracing our values in every interaction.
- Moresa Culbreath, M.S., Psy.S.

Choosing We Care Support Services As Your Employment Network

At We Care Support Services we take our role as your Employment Network very seriously. We know you are taking a big step by looking for an EN who can help you realize your goals for returning to work or going to work. We think you should learn as much as you can about what we and other Employment Networks have to offer before making your selection.

To qualify for services offered at We Care Support Services which include assistance with job placement and career counseling, you should meet the following criteria:

  • You are receiving SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) and/or SSI benefits (Supplemental Security Income)
  • You currently have at least a GED (or) High School Diploma or nearing completion
  • You have transportation or reliable means for getting to work
  • You have been employed within the past 4 years

You should be interested in pursuing substantial, gainful employment (e.g. full-time job or part-time work that earns over $1170 per month). We know that, for many, returning to work or going to work for the first time means starting out with a part time job and at We Care Support Services we support that. Our focus is to help you achieve self-sufficiency, meaning that you no longer receive Social Security cash benefits.

We currently do not provide the funds or resources to assist with the following:

  • Finding employment in the home
  • Starting up a business
  • Paying for higher education degrees, courses or training

Again, if you do not meet the above criteria, and feel your situation warrants an exception, please call or write to explain.

Our job placement services are provided by working closely with our Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.  They will determine your needs by taking into consideration your abilities, interests, how long you have been out of work, your education level and what experiences you have obtained while you were actively working, if applicable.  By taking all these factors into consideration, the Counselor can best determine if and how we can assist you.   Together we will locate jobs that match your profile.

Career Counseling includes assisting you in finding employment by giving you job leads, advice on resume writing, interviewing skills, and advice on how to handle difficult situations you may encounter while trying to find employment.  Once you find employment, our Counselors will be there every step of the way for the next five years to help you to remain employed.  If you are not sure what path to take, or need to change careers due to your disability or other reasons, our Counselors can assist you in determining what transferable skills you may have to transition into another line of work.

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) is the state government agency specifically tasked with serving the needs of Floridians with developmental disabilities. The agency is governed by Chapter 20, Chapter 393, and Chapter 916 of the Florida Statutes.    The APD works in partnership with local communities and private providers to assist people who have developmental disabilities and their families. APD also provides assistance in identifying the needs of people with developmental disabilities for supports and services.