The Public Forum schedule follows:
Meeting ID: 875 1780 7873
- Virtual Public Forum: 6:30PM – 7:30PM (EST), September 19th
Meeting ID: 840 0365 9881
Thelma (In-person and Virtual Option): 6:30PM - 7:30PM (EST), October 17th, Carl D. Perkins Vocational Training Center, 5659 Mainstreet, Thelma, KY, 41260.
Meeting ID: 889 2331 3649
Louisville (In-person and Virtual Option): 10:00AM – 11:00AM (EST), October 24th, Charles W. McDowell Center for the Blind, 8412 Westport Rd., Louisville, KY 40242
Meeting ID: 892 9166 2133
Louisville (In-person and Virtual Option): 6:30PM – 7:30PM (EST), October 24th, Charles W. McDowell Center for the Blind, 8412 Westport Rd., Louisville, KY 40242
Meeting ID: 856 6796 1701
Kentuckians who are unable to attend a forum may send comments through October 31st, 2023. Comments may be sent in writing to the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, 500 Mero Street, 1st FL., Frankfort, KY 40601, via e-mail to WFD.VOCREHAB@ky.gov or call (800) 372-7172. If any reasonable accommodations for a disability are required for participation at a public forum, please call Brooke McDaniel at (502)782-3494 at least 10 days before the forum.
The public also has the opportunity to ask questions regarding the topics mentioned; however, the public will be provided answers to the questions after all forums have been complete and no later than November 30th. Answers to forum questions will be posted on the OVR website.
For more information, please contact Lametta Isaacs, Vocational Rehabilitation Administrator at the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. For more information on attending virtually, please contact Brooke McDaniel via email or by phone at (502) 782-3494.
All Kentuckians with disabilities have an opportunity to be an essential part of Kentucky's workforce and their communities.
To empower Kentuckians with disabilities to maximize independence and economic security through competitive, integrated employment.
OVR recognizes and respects the talents and contributions of all individuals as a vital part of a productive society. Therefore, OVR values:
- The rights, merit, and dignity of all persons with disabilities;
- Independence for Kentuckians with disabilities;
- Diversity, inclusion, and belonging;
- Competitive, integrated employment;
- Career advancement and economic security; and
- Collaborative efforts and partnerships.
As indicated in the Strategic Plan.
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500 Mero Street 4th Floor NE
Frankfort, KY 40601