Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Nevada is all about inclusion of people with disabilities. VR Nevada connects businesses with reliable and qualified employees who can help drive business success. National studies show that people with disabilities make excellent employees with high levels of performance, retention, and attendance. (Employee at Arrow industries warehouse in blue coat arranging boxes)
Business CEO Robert Green: Arrow industries “Our experience working with Vocational Rehab has been excellent. The biggest part of it and the most important part of the process is the pre-planning. It’s understanding what our needs are as an employer and then is there matches out there in their program to be able to facilitate a win-win situation for both organizations.”
VR Nevada also helps people with disabilities find meaningful employment.
Employee: Brett Fisher with Nevada Department of Tourism. “I love my job. I wake in the morning and I’m thankful for it.” (Brett in a office working on a computer and talking to a woman standing over his shoulder)
VR Nevada helps students with disabilities transition from school to work by helping them discover their talents and develop new skills. ( Nick sitting at a computer and talking to his supervisor Amy)
Businesses: Renown Health Nick (employee) “the future is hopefully still with Renown” Amy (manager) “You can’t put a price tag on the gift of knowing that we’ve given Nick the pride that comes with having a job, he get’s to contribute towards his household, and he is really proud of that.”
VR Nevada, at work for disability inclusion (logo animation)