Southeast TACE Events
TACE provides distance learning opportunities through frequent webinars on important vocational rehabilitation topics such as employment for jobseekers with most significant disabilities, transition and asset development. The next events will be posted soon. In the meantime, please check the TACE webinar archives for recent events!
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The Webinar Series for Business is hosted by BBI Southeast, a partnership between Southeast TACE and the Southeast ADA Center. The series includes the recent webinars:
New TACE Publications
May 2013 MSD News Flash
The MSD Network News Flash has the latest information about employment for people with the most significant impact of disability
May 2013 TACE Talks Transition (TTT) E-Newsletter
Monthly TTT E-Newsletter has brief updates and best practices for transition counselors
- TACE Panel on Asset Development Addresses National VR Leaders: CSAVR conference, Spring 2013
Read more about the panel
Asset Development: Don’t Miss TACE’s Monthly 30-second Trainings!
Quick and interactive presentations on late–breaking Asset Development topics provide learning opportunities and useful resources for VR professionals.
This month's training: Asset Development Resources for Serving Individuals with Disabilities
- TACE Projects Equip VR to Improve Outcomes for Jobseekers with Most Significant Disabilities
In a recent study, five TACE-sponsored pilot projects were shown to advance VR understanding and utilization of best practices in four southeastern states, building VR capacity to improve outcomes for jobseekers with the most significant disabilities.
Learn More about the Innovation Projects
- New Offerings on TACE’s Job Development Exchange
The JDX provides vocational rehabilitation professionals with information and tools to successfully engage employers and address a wide range of barriers to employment.
- Federal PROMISE Grants: Opportunity for VR to Partner on Behalf of SSI Recipients
VR agencies in the southeast are considering their options to collaborate in applying for federal “PROMISE” grants. The Promoting Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Incomecompetitive grant programis designed to fund pilot projects in states to improve outcomes for children and families who receive Supplemental Security Income. It supports collaboration among state agencies to provide services that improve educational opportunities and employment outcomes for SSI recipients. Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Medicaid, Job Corps, TANF and the Workforce Investment Act are expected to be key players in these multi-year pilot projects. The grant program took public input into account, based on a series of webinars in February and March. It is being offered jointly by the U.S. Dept. of Education, Dept. of Health and Human Services, Dept. of Labor and the Social Security Administration.
Learn more about PROMISE grants.