SIGNificant services allow our partners to develop targeted marketing for specific demographics without added costs. We streamline our consulting with appropriate technological resources and trainings to enable your business and your employees to build relationships with a new customer base. By finding the right communication solutions for your business, we’ll help guide you to a cost effective process emphasizing uninterrupted workplace productivity, thus allowing you, our partner, to focus on generating new leads and building new customer loyalties. Read on to get a quick glimpse of the work we’ve done with some of our most notable partners.
Home Energy Consult Program
The DTE Home Energy Consult program helps homeowners save energy and money. Our partnership with DTE Energy has helped to ensure that accessible communications solutions are available for DTE customers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
You can read more about the success and implementation of our accessibility practices with DTE Energy here.
Offering Job Opportunities & Training
MI Works is state wide one-stop center for employment related services. Our partnership with MI works provides opportunities for job seekers who are deaf or hard of hearing. We consult with service providers and employers on how to accommodate deaf/hard of hearing job seekers.
Workshops and training offered by the center are accessible to job seekers with any degree of hearing loss made possible through ADS communication accommodation solutions.
Learn more about MI Works and their services here.
Home Energy Analysis Program
Similar to the DTE program, the Home Energy Analysis from Consumers Energy, helps homeowners save. Our partnership with Consumers Energy has led to the integration of accessible communications solutions for Consumers Energy customers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Click here to get more information on the Home Energy Analysis program from Consumers Energy.
Ticket to Work Program
The Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program supports career development for Social Security disability beneficiaries, ages 18 through 64 who want to work. The Ticket to Work program is free and voluntary, and aims to help people with disabilities progress toward financial independence.
Our partnership with the Ticket to Work program has made the program’s many features and benefits truly accessible for deaf or hard of hearing beneficiaries.
Learn more about the Ticket to Work program and how to get involved here.