The 4to24 app is a free resource for parents of children and youth who are blind or have low vision and youth aged 16 or older. It focuses on building independence over time to help young people prepare for successful employment and independent living as an adult.
Learn More about The 4to24 App: Portal for Professionals
The WIOA stresses the importance of helping people with disabilities retain and advance in their careers. To assist with this endeavor, the NRTC has developed two checklists to assess the need for career advancement or job retention services for employed VR consumers. Because many persons with visual impairments request services while employed, these checklists are ideal for use during intake.
Learn More about Job Retention and Career Advancement Resources
This Community Outreach Guide will introduce you to the history of White Cane Awareness Day, provide inspiration for activities (from a signing ceremony to a large, public event), and offer general event tips to support you as you create a successful celebration.
Learn More about How to Host A White Cane Awareness Day Celebration
This online employment preparation program for adults of all ages includes 8 self-paced modules of instructional materials and activities to guide job seekers, taking them step-by-step from exploration of interests and abilities, through the application and interview processes, to the optimal goal of employment.
Learn More about Career Advantage for V.I.P.s (Visually Impaired Persons)
These videos are part of Putting Your Best Foot Forward, a job search skills training program for youth with visual impairments.
Learn More about Preparing for a Video Interview
This practice guide summarizes the findings of a research study about the impact of a first meeting with an employer and provides recommendations for VR professionals based on these findings.
Learn More about Practice Guide: Recommendations for VR Professionals Regarding a First Meeting with an Employer
These information sheets offer recommendations for providing services to individuals with a combined traumatic brain injury (TBI) and visual impairment based on the results of a research study.
Learn More about Combined Traumatic Brain Injury and Visual Impairment: Recommendations for Service Provision
This orientation packet for vocational rehabilitation (VR) professionals will familiarize you with the blindness field and NRTC products and online courses.
Learn More about Orientation Packet for New Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals Working with Individuals who are Blind or who Have Low Vision
The number of American adults with vision loss is expected to double over the next 30 years.
Learn More about Collaborating With Occupational Therapists to Improve Services for Seniors
Have you ever wondered what prospective employers think about hiring blind workers? New research from the NRTC sheds light onto employers' knowledge and attitudes.
Learn More about Understanding Employer Knowledge and Attitudes
This evidence-based practice guide for vocational rehabilitation agencies and staff presents research results and recommendations for agencies and counselors when dealing with employers.
Learn More about Working with Employers to Improve Employment Outcomes
We have a number of online courses available for both CEUs and CRC credit. We continue to add courses, so check back to see what might be available to help meet your professional development needs!
Learn More about Continuing Education Opportunities