VR-ROI Bi-Annual Newsletter VR – ROI Newsletter Volume 3, Issue1 is now available for download. Download PDF
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VR ROI Advisory Council Meeting September 30, 2015 – The VR ROI Project holds three Advisory Council meetings per year. The next meeting will be held September 30, 2015 at the University of Richmond. Current work tasks and accomplishments will be described and discussed, and advisory feedback on upcoming project tasks will be sought
VR ROI Stakeholder Meeting/Project Presentation – National Coalition of State Rehabilitation Councils SRC Training Session, November 1, 2015. Seattle, WA. VR ROI Project Team Members will describe the VR ROI Project and will seek stakeholder input from State Rehabilitation Council Members’ perspectives
Initial Project Meeting – Delaware Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DE DVR) – August 31, 2015, Wilmington, DE. Members of the VR ROI Project team met with Delaware DVR colleagues to introduce the project, discuss anticipated outcomes, describe the project timeline, and to plan relative to data collection procedures and needs.
VR ROI Learning Community First meeting August 13, 2015 – The inaugural meeting of the VR ROI Learning Community covered such topics as Project Background, Learning Community Member Roles, Context of the Learning Community within the overall project, Project Timeline, and some upcoming work tasks.
Initial Project Meeting – Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (KY OVR) – July 14, 2015, Frankfort, KY. Members of the VR ROI Project team met with Kentucky OVR colleagues and members of the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics to introduce the project, discuss anticipated outcomes, describe the project timeline, and to plan relative […]
Innovative Economic Model Demonstrates Vocational Rehabilitation Program Effectiveness The state-federal vocational rehabilitation (VR) program helps people with disabilities find and keep employment. With a federal investment of over $3 billion, VR serves about 1.5 million people with physical and mental disabilities annually. VR services include vocational assessment and counseling, job training and placement, educational services, […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 25, 2014 Office of the Governor Contact: Rachel Thomas Phone: 804-225-4262 Email: Rachel.Thomas@governor.virginia.gov University of Richmond Contact: Sunni Brown Phone: 804-289-8056 Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services Contact: A.J. Hostetler Phone: 804-662-7372 $2.5 million grant allows University of Richmond, Commonwealth partners to research return on […]
This project is funded by the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects grant 90DP007001 from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research.
NVA Graduate Academic Centers
The George Washington University
1925 Ballenger Avenue, Suite 250
Alexandria, VA 22314
For Information Contact Project manager Dr. Joseph Ashley