CES names Recreation Center Employer of the Year

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Community Entry Services (CES), a non-profit organization that provides assistance and support for individuals with intellectual disabilities and brain injuries, recently held their annual awards dinner and named the Teton County / Jackson Recreation Center as Employer of the Year. According to a news release issued by CES today, community employment is the ultimate goal of the vocational department of CES and the Teton County / Jackson Recreation Center has demonstrated many of the characteristics of an ideal employer. "They communicate well, are flexible yet expect accountability, and have established natural supports. Above all, both supervisors and co-workers treat every employee with dignity and respect," said CES in the release. The Teton County / Jackson Recreational Center employs two individuals from CES. Employed since 2014, one individual sweeps the gym floor preparing it for use. The second individual, employed since 2006, sorts and takes out the recycling twice a week. CES states that both individuals feel as a valued and productive employees. "This is truly a successful experience for everyone involved. Congratulations Teton Recreational Center," said CES. Each year, the agency recognizes local individuals, businesses and organizations that have made a difference in the lives of the individuals they serve. *Feature Photo: h/t CES / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news