About Job Services

Community Activity Support Services (CASS) is a customizable 1-on-1 service for individuals with disabilities which focuses on empowering independency through job and educational support. At CASS, we aim to fully equip individuals to be successful in his or her local community through securing competitive employment, volunteering or furthering education.

Job Services focus

Career assessment

Assisting individuals in articulating career interests and clarifying short and long-term employment goals.

Assistance in finding volunteer/internship opportunities

Creating opportunities for the individual to participate in a volunteer or internship.

Benefits Planning and Budgeting

Reviewing the impact of employment on public benefits and training on money management.


Having an individual Vocational Success Coach to advocate to future employers on the individual’s behalf.

Resume and Cover Letter Building

Assistance with crafting an effective resume and cover letter, highlighting strengths, job and volunteer experience, education and other related skills.

Signing up for postsecondary education

Assistance in signing up for a class at a community or adult education program, navigating a college campus and accessing student disability services.

Interviewing preparation and support

Assisting individuals in understanding the interview process, practicing with him/her to answer likely interview questions, and helping to increase confidence.

Our Vision

After successfully serving hundreds of clients in the ILS program, All About Ability noticed one thing- our young adults were left without a robust job program to truly prepare them for the future. Without the correct support, many disabled individuals can find the employment process strenuous and overwhelming. With this in mind, All About Ability specifically designed and created C.A.S.S. as a program which fully educates and prepares individuals to be successful in the workforce. We envision all our participants obtain meaningful employment, develop lifelong skills and become outstanding members of their local communities.


Entrance Criteria

Job Services (C.A.S.S.) is provided to an individual that meets the following criteria

Referral Process

"AAA LLC. accepts applicants on a non-discriminatory basis according equal treatment and services without regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, ancestry or political affiliation"
If you or a family member is interested: A referral packet from the participant’s Service Coordinator at the respective Regional Center must be received by All About Ability prior to any scheduled meetings or assessments. To learn more about the referral process visit our get services page!
To learn more about All About Ability’s Independent Living Skills program or to get started today call Yesenia Oseguera, Program Director at (707) 696-8808.

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    All About Ability

    3369 Beard Road, Napa, California 94558, United States


    (707) 294-3184