Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired- Vocational Rehabilitation services help eligible individuals experiencing blindness or visual impairments overcome their barriers to accessing, continuing, or returning to work. Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired assists participants prepare for, obtain, maintain, or regain employment.
Their services may be able to help you:
- Assessment services
- Case management, referral and service coordination
- Vocational guidance and counseling
- Job placement services.
- Alternative skills of blindness training (i.e. assistive technology, orientation and mobility, activities of daily living, Braille).
- Pre-employment transition services for youth ages 14-21 including opportunities for job exploration counseling, work-based learning experiences, instruction on self-advocacy, work readiness training, counseling on postsecondary educational and training opportunities.
- Training related services including support for job readiness training, GED, on-the-job training, Registered Apprenticeships, support of other vocationally relevant training including occupational or vocational training, junior or community college, four-year college and/or graduate school programs.
- Other support services determined necessary and appropriate to support participants in reaching their specific employment outcome may also be available.
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