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Join us for the 4-part webinar series aimed at increasing your understanding of the importance of the State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) partnership. In Part 1, we will review the history of the development of the public VR system and provide an overview of the emergence of the SRC from amendments to the Rehabilitation Act. Parts 2 & 3 will provide foundational information on the statutory and regulatory requirements regarding the compositions and mandated responsibilities of the SRC.
Join us for this important topic as we take a deeper dive into the organizational structure and non-delegable responsibilities of the VR program. Now more than ever, as State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies (SVRAs) are experiencing change at an unprecedented level and pace, understanding these requirements that anchor the VR program is critical.
When we were kids, arguments on the playground ended in a time-out or a simple “forgive and forget.” As adults in the workplace, arguments aren’t always resolved as quickly or easily. In this webinar, we discuss conflict within the modern-day workplace and provide various resources to support professionals in resolving these conflicts. All of us will experience conflict at work, but individuals vary in their response to that conflict.
This webinar outlines some tips, tools, and resources for effectively transitioning from a peer role to a supervisor role. It will help supervisory professionals successfully transition into their new roles so that they are better prepared to manage high-performing teams.
In today’s constantly-evolving world, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agencies are tasked with using technology to reach and address the needs of both internal and external stakeholders. Not only does technology provide quicker and oftentimes more efficient solutions, but during and post-pandemic, technology may also provide safer solutions. However, with the implementation of technology are various ethical considerations.