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OIB-TAC Presents at NCSAB

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OIB-TAC: Older Individuals who are Blind Technical Assistance Center staff will travel to Bethesda, MD, to present during the Spring Training Conference for the National Council of State Agencies for the Blind (NCSAB). More than 80 State Directors from around the country will attend the three-day conference, themed Ready, Level Set, Go: Surviving and Thriving in a WIOA World, for professional development, networking, and innovation.

BJ LeJeune will present Best Practices in Administration and Service Delivery of the Older Blind Program on Friday, April 13, at 9:15 AM. Session attendees will hear an overview of the OIB-TAC Task Force on Best Practices, including outcomes on 16 specific areas of focus under the topics of administrative management, implementing an effective program, and development of quality staff. The Best Practices in the Administration of the OIB Program Executive Summary will be shared.

The mission of NCSAB is to promote the delivery of specialized services that enable individuals who are blind and visually impaired to achieve personal and vocational independence through advocacy, coordination, and education. To learn more about NCSAB and conference details, visit www.ncsab.org.