AbilityFirst’s Paul Weston Work Center in Woodland Hills offers many business services – such as secure shredding, sorting, packaging, assembly, fulfillment and mailing – while providing gainful employment to adults with developmental disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and epilepsy. With a work force of 53 adults with disabilities, the Center provides employment services to accommodate individual needs, including on-the-job training, supervision, and assistance in acquiring appropriate workplace behavior.
For those who are interested and have the skills necessary to seek employment outside the Work Center, we provide supported employment (job placement with local companies). Established in 1954 as Rancho Del Valle, the Work Center was renamed in honor of big band leader Paul Weston, a former board member and supporter of AbilityFirst.
The AbilityFirst Woodland Hills Work Center is located at 6530 Winnetka Avenue, in Woodland Hills, California. To learn more about our center, click on the links on the left.
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