[Nfbmo] FW: State Rehab Council for the Blind (SRCB) Report
sbwright95 at att.net
Sat Oct 1 01:34:49 UTC 2016
The next Public Forum and meeting will be November 3 & 4 in Kansas City. The
exact Location in KC has not been announced. In the minutes approved at our
August 12 meeting,some employments given as examples were several teachers,
help/desk/call center workers, farmers that grow berries and Shitachi
mushrroms for "Fresh to Table restaurants, health care workers/nurse aids,
There are no set jobs. Each year brings different situations and one must
look aty the community the individual lives in and think outside the box. WE
hear about different types of jobs, sometime have an opportunity to meet
successful RSB consumers at the forums, and usually have success stories in
the annual reports.
Jim Brinkmann will be speaking at our Empowerment to Employment and Success
Seminar on Oct 22 and I think he may be able to address some of the types of
jobs he has seen be a pathway to success for some RSB consumers.
Hope to see many of you tomorrow.
From: Nfbmo [mailto:nfbmo-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Bryan Schulz via
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It would be interesting to know what type of jobs have been gained and when
is the next meeting?
From: Nfbmo [mailto:nfbmo-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Gary Wunder via
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Subject: [Nfbmo] FW: State Rehab Council for the Blind (SRCB) Report
From: Shelia Wright [mailto:sbwright95 at att.net]
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 10:12 PM
To: Gary Wunder
Subject: State Rehab Council for the Blind (SRCB) Report
Attached is a report on the State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind. If
it will help move our agenda along for the board meeting on Saturday, I'd be
happy for you to distribute it to the board.
Condensing the meeting accurately knowing that detailed official minutes
will be available on-line later for fact checking is a challenge. So I hope
folks will read these notes as a glimpse into the working of the SRCB. I'd
be glad to answer any questions folks have.
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