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Michael Correal Community Support Services, Inc.

Posted on February 3rd

Michael Correal Community Support Services, Inc.

Michael Correal is a Job Developer at Community Support Services (CSS). CSS, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, is a non-profit organization that provides community based services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our organization has four major sectors. These sectors are camp, school, residential and vocational. Michael work sin the vocational department, which means he specialize in providing part time work (volunteer and paid) for our individuals.

He has been at CSS for a little over a year and a half now. He started out working in direct care (working one on one with our individuals). In November, He was appointed as the new Job Developer.  Michael has been working with special education for 11 years. Before CSS, Michael worked for an organization called CSAAC and after school program call Bar-t, which would integrate children with developmental disabilities into the program. He majored in business at Montgomery College. His work at CSS allows him to combine his business knowledge with background in special education.

Community Support Services, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization which provides services and support to children with autism and other developmental disabilities residing within Montgomery County, Maryland.

CSS was founded in 1994 and began its mission by working collaboratively with individuals, families, and other lead agencies to design and implement new models of service

They have developed effective working relationships with state and local government agencies; other human services providers; experienced, licensed consultants & clinicians; private businesses and entities; and consumers, in order to pursue its mission.

We provide residential support services, an adult day program, supported employment services, after-school programs for children, educational services through the Marcia D. Smith School, and support services for adults in their own homes, parents’ homes, and the community. CSS currently provides services to more than 200 individuals each year across all programs.

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