Does your business need qualified, capable workers?
CBVH's Vocational Rehabilitation Program offers a pool of talented, reliable people who are trained in a variety of different fields, including hospitality, manufacturing, and office management. Your business can also qualify for tax incentives when you hire workers with disabilities.
Is there an employee at your workplace who is losing their sight or is legally blind?
CBVH's Vocational Rehabilitation Program can provide them with technical assistance to adapt to their new impairment without sacrificing their career. CBVH counselors work with employees and employers to obtain the appropriate adaptive equipment, mobility training, or reader services that can assist blind employees in retaining their position and performing job duties efficiently.
New York Employment-Based Tax Incentives
Contact Information for Employers
For more information on how CBVH can help you improve your workforce, contact:
Mary Ann van Alstyne, M.S., C.R.C.
State Coordinator, Employment Partnerships
NYS Office of Children and Family Services
Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped
South Bldg., Room 201
52 Washington St.
Rensselaer, NY 12144
or the nearest CBVH district office:
|Buffalo:||Len Hanel (716) 847-3526|
|Syracuse:||John Scott (315) 423-5420|
|Albany:||Craig Walton (518) 473-1093|
|White Plains:||Wendy Buckler (914) 993-5389|
|Manhattan:||Arnie Kramer (212) 825-5718|
|Hempstead:||Richard Goldstein (516) 564-4315|
|Harlem:||Jason Eckert (212) 961-5833|
We want to take this opportunity to thank Baruch College Computer Center for Visually Impaired People for inviting the Metropolitan Placement Consortium to present its first annual Access Awards. Click to read more...
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