|Other titles||Change of director audit.|
|Series||Secretary of State audit report -- report no. 2001-41.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Audits Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
GENERAL QUESTIONS. Q: Who can use the Oregon Commission for the Blind services? A: This answer is different for each of our programs: Vocational Rehabilitation Services are free to Oregonians age 14 or older who want to obtain or retain employment and are either legally blind or have a condition that will likely lead to blindess. Independent Living services are free to . Sunset over the ocean at Yachats State Park in Yachats. (Oregon State Archives Photo) These listings include boards and commissions. Also see the sections for the legislative and judicial branches of state government. Early Learning Division - Education Dept. Oregon Commission for the Blind. Southeast 12th Avenue Portland, OR Phone: Toll Free: Oregon Department of Education. Office of Student Learning, Student Services Unit Sarah Drinkwater, Assistant Superintendent Capitol Street Northeast Salem, OR Phone: Fax: Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office: Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists: Oregon Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision: Oregon Board of Psychology: Oregon Business Development Department: Oregon Corrections Enterprises: Oregon District Attorneys Association: Oregon Public Universities: Oregon Tourism Commission.
Central/Eastern Oregon Office Rehabilitative Services Program. Blind, Commission For The SW Highland Ave Ste Redmond, OR Fax: () The commission employs just under 50 people and is headquartered in Portland, with regional offices in Salem, Eugene, Medford and Bend. These offices provide coverage throughout Oregon under the guidance of our governor-appointed, seven-member Board of Commissioners. New Seasons Market / Oregon Commission for the Blind. Link to National Federation of the Blind / Independence Market; Oregon Commission for the Blind For over 50 years, the Oregon Commission for the Blind has been an important resource for Oregonians who are blind or visually impaired, as well as their families, friends, and employers. The Oregon Talking Book and Braille Library, a division of the State Library, is a free library for any Oregonian with a print disability, which includes visual, physical, and reading impairments. Though physically located in Salem, Talking Books loans Braille and audio books and magazines to eligible readers across the entire state.
Commission members; Administrator and other employees; Rules and regulations; Register of persons who are blind; Use of official records; Prohibited uses of records; Exchange of public or private agency records; Program for conservation and restoration of sight and prevention of blindness. The Commission for the Blind is the specialized agency for services to individuals who are blind Authorized under Title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. We provide vocational rehabilitation and independent living services to eligible Oregonians that allow individuals to meet their employment and independent living goals. Oregon Commission for the Blind Fights to Expand Vending Opportunities. by Kenneth Jernigan. The state of Oregon has a Little Randolph-Sheppard Act. The law gives a priority to the blind in operating vending facilities and cafeterias in public buildings--but what about restaurants? To most people this would seem like hair splitting--which is. Oregon Commission for the Blind Provides vocational rehabilitation resources and independent living services for visually impaired Oregonians, their .