Full Life | Jobs, Training, and Caretaking For Disabled Americans

Disability Services

Disability Staffing & Direct Support Professional Job Placement

How can we help you today?

Day Programs

Our professionals at Full Life are here to guide you toward employment that suits your individual needs while helping with your resume, interview preparation, & more. Click to learn more.

Vocational Rehabilitation

Our professionals at Full Life are here to guide you toward employment that suits your individual needs while helping with your resume, interview preparation, & more. Click to learn more.

Job Coaching

We help you recruit, hire, retain, and advance people with disabilities in your workforce. If you’re an employer looking to learn more about hiring those with disabilities, click below to learn more.

Job Placement

As a direct support professional, you have the privilege of providing essential support, guidance, and companionship to those who need it most. Click below to learn how we can help you.

Are you an adult with a developmental disability who is looking for a job?

…do you need support to live independently and participate in your community? If so, you are not alone. Millions of people in the United States have intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, etc. These disabilities may affect their ability to learn, work, communicate, and socialize.

Having a disability does not mean you cannot have a fulfilling and productive life. You have the right to pursue your dreams and goals, and to access the services and support that can help you achieve them. That’s why we are here to help.

We are a company that provides disability aid services for adults with developmental disabilities. We offer a range of programs and resources to help you find and keep a job, live in your own or your family’s home, and be engaged in your community. We work with you to create an individualized plan that reflects your needs, interests, choices, and goals. We also connect you with other agencies or organizations that can provide additional services or benefits.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to provide meaningful services for people with disabilities in order to support their contribution to the community. We are Full Life, champions for people with potential.

Virtual DSA Program for adults with disabilities!

Join us and explore the Full Life DSA Zoomervers! We keep a positive, supportive, and lively safe space for our clients to enjoy fostering friendships and pursuing their goals!

Employment services

 We help you explore your career options, develop your skills, prepare your resume, apply for jobs, and succeed in the workplace. We also work with employers to create inclusive and accessible work environments.

Community services

We help you access and participate in social, recreational, educational, and cultural activities in your community. We also help you build relationships and networks with other people who share your interests or experiences.


Residential services

We help you find a suitable and affordable place to live, whether it’s in your own home, with your family or friends, or in a supported living or foster home setting. We also help you with daily living activities, such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, etc.

Service coordination

 We provide ongoing support and guidance to help you navigate the system of services and benefits available to you. We also monitor and review your plan regularly to ensure it meets your changing needs and preferences.

If you are interested in our services or want to learn more, please contact us today. We will be happy to answer your questions and assist you with the eligibility and enrollment process.


You can also visit the following websites for more information about developmental disabilities and related services:


  • The Office of Developmental Disability Services (ODDS) – The state agency that oversees and funds various programs for adults with developmental disabilities in Oregon.
  • The Arc – A national organization that promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
  • ASSIST – A local non-profit organization that works with people who are often homeless and/or living in poverty, assisting them in getting their Social Security benefits.
  • OHSU Institute on Development and Disability – A research and clinical center that advances the knowledge of human development and provides innovative services for people with disabilities.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Rachel Bloom

“We believe that everyone deserves the chance to work and thrive..”