We support individuals in developing competence in self-advocacy and acquiring skills that enable them to become more independent. SAW, Inc offers a full range of Adult Day Programs that includes art, gardening classes, health and fitness programs, and a variety of community inclusion activities. All individuals enjoy outings to the library, the YMCA, shopping, dining, volunteering, and much more. All Adult Day Services are person centered and tailored to the needs and desires of the individual.
SAW, Inc’s., Vocational Habilitation programs help individuals learn and refine effective work habits, behaviors, and skills in supportive work environments, while performing assembly, inspection, packaging, and collating tasks. Employment / Vocational Services are designed to teach and reinforce concepts related to competitive work skills including responsibility, attendance, task completion, problem solving, social interaction, motor skills development and safety. Also, individuals learn to understand the meaning, value, and demands of work and to establish work skills, positive attitudes and behaviors that reinforce positive work skills. This training also helps the individual understand social skills needed to maintain employment. All SAW, Inc., Vocational Habilitation workers are paid for the work they produce.
SAW, Inc. offers a blended Day Service and Vocational Program, which combines Vocational Habilitation Services and Adult Day Services. Our program participants enjoy life skills and inclusive activities, but like anyone, seek a sense of purpose that comes from working. This program combines Adult Day Services with paid Vocational Habilitation.
SAW, Inc currently has 20 paid community based locations that provide unique paid Vocational Habilitation Training. Some of our community partners are:
SAW, Inc. Next STEPS Program was developed in response to the low youth employment rate for individuals with disabilities. Our school to employment offering is a Vocational Habilitation-Transition program for recent high school graduates with developmental disabilities. Next STEPS provides students with transferable vocational education and relevant social skill development improving future opportunities for competitive employment. Next STEPS will provide students with real world, hands-on training through a unique opportunity to explore several different career paths. Programs are customized to fit the needs and preferences of each participant.
SAW, Inc. offers a unique in-house Methods Engineering program that provides services which aid individuals in performing their work training with greater ease and independence. Methods Engineering creates functional and creative methods, workstations and tools, which allow SAW, Inc. to focus on each individual’s abilities instead of the barriers of their disabilities.
SAW, Inc. owns and operates two Just A Buck dollar stores in Parma and South Euclid where we provide specialized retail training for individuals who want to explore working in a retail setting in the community.
1844 Snow Road
Parma, Ohio 44134
4507 Mayfield Road
South Euclid, Ohio 44121
Monday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 9.00 p.m.
Sunday 11a.m – 6 p.m.