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Special Episode Hire Ed Conference “Imagine.”

Visit the WWRC Foundation Facebook Page for video of today's podcast…
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Looking Ahead to the 2016 Hire Education Conference.

Rick Sizemore here with Anne Hudlow for today’s Special Edition Quickcast Anne:…
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A Big Vision of Hope, The DeWanna Christian Story.

Hear DeWanna Christian's Courageous Story of Vocational Rehabilitation, Surviving Meningitis and Living to Excel as a Rehabilitation Professional.
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The Rod Early Story

Seven Months of Iron Will…From the Hospital Back to My Manufacturing…
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VR Workforce Studio Special Presentation with Scott Dunnel

  Exciting News from the Commission on Rehabilitation…

The Brian Evans Story

The Brian Evans Story of Vocational Rehabilitation and Returning to work following a tragic motorcycle accident." Plus exciting news from the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification with Scott Dunnell.

Girl with the Semicolon Tattoo

Kaylee Rushing is one of the first graduates of a new program…
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A Vision for Disability Employment through the Eyes of a Blind Man

Blind Man with a Vision the Joe Ashley Story.   Special thanks…
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Fierce Attitude on Four Wheels – The Jennifer Britts Story

Jennifer Britts, the woman with a fierce attitude on four wheels. Champion ATV Racer recovers from a serious accident and now sets a new standard for disability employment in the insurance industry.
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2016 WWRC Quarterly Directors Report

WWRC is plowing through the winter of 2016 with our census near 350, and almost all Center programs are running near or at capacity. We appreciate the constant communication with DRS’s new District Managers and Business Development Managers as we continue to refine our Vocational Training programs. Tracy Topolosky, DARS Fishersville, is continuing her special assignment to evolve service to consumers with medical rehabilitation needs. She is continuing to grow the number of counselors WWRC is working with to provide Medical-to-work rehabilitation therapies