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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Vocational Rehabilitation: Key Stepping Stones Posted on Aug 12

Vocational Rehabilitation: Key Stepping Stones This article provides a brief overview of the key stepping stones for all vocational rehabilitation (VR) applicants and consumers of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) and Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB). There may be exceptions based on individual circumstances   …Continue Reading Vocational Rehabilitation: Key Stepping Stones

Back to the Basics Posted on Aug 12

Back to the Basics

In an economy where technology touches every part of our lives, how often do we stop to ask the question of what happens to the people who did the jobs Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation take? Almost never. For those of us who do think   …Continue Reading Back to the Basics

State Employment Career Fair 2019 Posted on Aug 12

State Employment Career Fair 2019 Written By Moss Lynch The 2019 State Employment Career Fair was a MassDOT initiative, hosted by MassDOT in partnership with the Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD), the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB), and the Human Resources Division (HRD), and   …Continue Reading State Employment Career Fair 2019

Introducing Evan George Posted on Aug 12

Introducing Evan George

Introducing Evan George Written By Evan George I am very excited to join the Massachusetts Office on Disability in my position as the Emergency Preparedness Training Coordinator. From gas leaks in the Merrimack Valley, to tornados in Norton, and coastal flooding across Cape Cod, Massachusetts   …Continue Reading Introducing Evan George

Municipal ADA Improvement Grant Program Posted on Aug 12

Municipal ADA Improvement Grant Program Written By Karl Bryan and Jeffrey Dougan The Municipal ADA Improvement Grant Program was first issued through Governor Charlie Baker’s Governor’s Capital Investment Plan, was approved by both houses of the Massachusetts Legislature, and signed by the Governor in late   …Continue Reading Municipal ADA Improvement Grant Program