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WHEREAS, Pennsylvania continues to urge businesses to employ Pennsylvanians with disabilities through the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) approach utilizing the Business Services and Outreach Division of the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, and the Hiring People with Disabilities How-To Guide; and
The Oregon State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services offers on-the-job training to employers as a way to help its clients become employed.
The State of Utah Office of Vocational Rehabilitation employs mental health counselors who are fluent in American Sign Language.
In the late 1980's, New York State's VR program, then called the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, was mired in controversy and viewed widely as having become a cumbersome bureaucracy that had lost its sense of focus and responsiveness to the people it served.
Many of Bell's friends, including Mary Switzer, Director of the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, flew to Cleveland to be with her (Switzer:1957).
The "Hiring People with Disabilities How-to Guide" simplifies the process of hiring a person with a disability by establishing the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation as a single point of contact with collaborating partners for the hiring and retention of people with disabilities.
He served in the original Vocational Rehabilitation Service (precursor to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, OVR, later known as the Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, VRA, and currently designated the Rehabilitation Services Administration, RSA).
In 1985, the New York State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation - OVR (currently the Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities - VESID) responded to the growing awareness of the need to provide improved vocational services to individuals who have sustained a brain injury.