Each year, Project Genesis serves more than 225 adults and students throughout Connecticut who have a range of disabilities. Our dedicated team tailors supports to meet each consumer’s unique needs and ambitions, empowering them to become more active, productive and valued citizens.
Acquired Brain Injury

Since 1999, Project Genesis has helped survivors of brain injury attain an independent and productive life, and connect with a vibrant support network.

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Special Education Support Services

We offer a comprehensive range of in-school, academic, transitional, and community-based services that support special needs and build independence.

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Adults with Disabilities Jobs Program

Working with employers throughout Connecticut, we help adults with disabilities train for, find, and keep a job in a broad range of industries and positions.

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EMPLOYMENT

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Today we kick off our ”Spotlight Recruitment Thursday” which means every Thursday we will be highlighting an open position at Project Genesis that we hope to spread the word about it (Please share) and inspire candidates to apply. This week we are spotlighting: Job Coach.  
We have a Per diem flexible Job Coach positions available, including 1st and 2nd shifts, in the Danielson, Hartford, Manchester, Middletown, New London, Norwich and Windham areas.

A Job Coach provides skills training and job counseling at local job sites to adults with disabilities. Ideal for individuals able to work during the day as needed but wanting flexibility for personal plans. Qualified candidates including college students and retirees welcome to apply.

Minimum requirements: High School diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s Degree preferred and 1 year of experience in the Human Services field. Ideal candidates will have excellent oral and written communication skills. Note: Must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license.

Anyone interested in applying please contact Lisa O’Neill at 860-377-2072
We kicked off our Employee Annual Safety training this month. It is being taught at various locations to make it convenient for staff to attend so if you are employee please make sure you are signed up for one. These training are not only an opportunity to learn/re-learn about safety they are also an opportunity to meet up and connect with other co-workers and supervisors. We truly look forward to seeing all of our employees for the training. #safetytraining2018
John and James have been a dynamic duo for many years, working together to achieve James’ goal of graduating from E.O. Smith High School. James worked hard for his success and with John’s help he graduated. Congratulations! We at Project Genesis are incredibly happy for you James and confident you will continue to work hard, grow, and succeed in life beyond it. Best wishes, James! John and everyone at Project Genesis are rooting for you.
Safety is important to us and this is why we had 17 employees below attend our annual safety training at South Windsor Library yesterday morning. Thank you to Charlene Swinton, Cindy Dupointe and Lisa O’Neill who taught the class and thank you to everyone who attended the morning training session. #annualsafetytraining2018
With the new school year about to start it will mean the Project Genesis Special Education support staff will be back in action working with students in the school system creating positive relationships that fosters educational success. We can’t wait! 
To learn more about our services in the schools please go to our website: https://www.projectgenesis.us/services/sess/
It’s was a wonderful turnout today at Waterbury’s job center recruitment event. Our recruiter, Lisa O’Neill was there greeting, taking applications and interviewing interested candidates. She had 9 applicants & 6 interviews which is AMAZING! Below is a picture of Lisa with Michelle Caffe, Northwest business service specialist department of labor who coordinated the event. Thank you Michelle for having us at the event. #wontstoptileverypositionisfilled
A great opportunity for Brian Injury survivors and their caregivers to participate in a free yoga program in Manchester.
Tomorrow August 7th we will be at the Waterbury American Job Center recruiting for our Waterbury positions. They are: 
◾️Companion position (FT Mon-Thurs 3pm-11pm, PT and PD also available) 
◾️ILST positions (PT or PD, Weekdays and Weekends).
Address: 249 Thomaston Ave, Waterbury, CT 06702
Share this post and spread the word so we can have a terrific turn out!
We are incredibly honored to be one of the 13 chosen to work with the Department of Rehabilitation Services (DORS). By being part of the providers chosen it gives us the ability to continue to help people find work which is wonderful! Way to go ADJP on this great accomplishment! 
If you would like to learn more about DORS check out their website at: http://www.ct.gov/DORS/site/default.asp
For ALL of our Project Genesis employees....
Did you know that if you refer someone who may be a great fit for our Acquired Brain Injury Program and they meet all of the following requirements: 
✳️Qualify for an existing opening
✳️They are hired 
✳️Successfully completes their six-month orientation period
Then you will receive a referral bonus of $200! How fantastic is that!?!  Make sure to spread the word and have your friends and family members who are looking for work to call Lisa today.
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