People with intellectual and developmental disabilities want to work, make friends, learn and live in homes of their choosing and SEEC is here to help them achieve those dreams. Their assimilation in all aspects of community life in Montgomery County and Washington D.C. contributes to the diversity of our society and fosters a sense of commonality.

Our Impact

200+

Employers partnering with SEEC to strengthen our community's workforce

345+

People supported to be fully engaged in their communities

58%

The percentage of people SEEC supports who earn income (as compared with national average of 20%)

210+

Professionals statewide who have advanced their career development by participating in collaborations lead by SEEC

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20 hours ago
SEEC

Congratulations Jonathan and our community partners at Main Street Connect! #growingconnections #liveworkthrive“Keeping busy makes me feel good. I use my paycheck for my Main Street membership and for other things that I need.”

Jonathan is a member at Main Street who works as an Administrative Aide at the Montgomery County Courts. Jonathan loves meeting new people. His favorite part of working at the courts is their weekly lunch with the interns on Wednesdays!

Jonathan had previously worked at a bank as a Clerical Assistant. He’d gotten the job through SEEC, which provides an array of services to help people who have significant disabilities live, work and thrive in their communities. After almost two years, Jonathan was looking for a change, so his self-directed support professional, Charles, helped him look for opportunities that aligned with his interests. “I love to work with computers, so Charles and I thought that administrative work would be a good fit for me.”

“I had trouble finding jobs because some companies don’t have a supervisor to help me. I have a great supervisor at the Montgomery County Courts who does a great job helping to keep me busy.” It’s important for companies to have inclusion training. Adults with disabilities want to feel understood and supported so that they can perform their jobs adequately and have the confidence to do so.

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Congratulations Jonathan and our community partners at Main Street Connect! #growingconnections #liveworkthrive
3 days ago
SEEC

Congratulations Josh and thank you to Shapiro and Duncan, Inc. for being a great employer partner with SEEC!Employee Spotlight!

Joshua Sachs has been working for Shapiro & Duncan since 2017. We are partnered with SEEC, a nonprofit agency that provides a wide range of community support to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live lives of their choosing.

Josh is an administrative assistant for the human resources department and is a valued member of our team. Day to day, Josh organizes and manages employee-related files so our employee lists are up to date.

We appreciate Josh for all his hard work and commitment to Shapiro & Duncan!

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Congratulations Josh and thank you to Shapiro and Duncan, Inc. for being a great employer partner with SEEC!

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Looking good young man.

Yay Josh!

7 days ago
SEEC

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