Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Thank you for your interest in Outcomes Adult Services. We understand you may have questions about our program, the application process, and more. We have provided frequently asked questions with the answers below. For additional information, email We are here to make this process as smooth as possible.

  • Employment
  • Personal supports
  • Community integration
  • Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)
  • Division Of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
  • Private Pay

Length of services are based on the funding source and assessed on the need of the individual and vary.

No. We work with individuals to develop skills, resumes, support, applications, and interviewing for jobs in the community. This job search process is the same for any individual seeking employment, however, we provide support along the way.

We work with a broad range of employers in the community, however, individuals need to fit the essential functions of the job and be hired by the company.

There are many industries where individuals we serve are employed, including: retail, culinary, finance, federal agencies, local government, small and large businesses, healthcare, and more.

Timelines vary from person to person. Pre-vocational skills are very important; resume building, writing cover letters, and finding appropriate places to apply are crucial to job placement. It is also important to remember that the job search is tailored to each individual’s needs.

Job coaching is an individualized service. Each person in our program has their own unique needs and learning style. A job coach works with each person according to their employment needs. The amount of job coaching is determined by employee and employer needs.

TLC Outcomes Service has been serving individuals with disabilities since 1986. We use a team approach to personalize services based on each individual’s needs. Our team includes a range of professionals including case managers experienced in vocational rehabilitation, knowledgeable in community resources and supporting families, social workers, and speech-language pathologists. We have been peer-reviewed for 30 years by CARF for accreditation attesting to our quality services.

Please contact us at (301) 294-9205, and we will direct your call to the appropriate person.