We have a few concerns about the proposed Work Innovations Opportunity Act (WIOA) regulations. The expanded qualifications issued to the definition of ‘competitive integrated employment’ may negatively impact the WCBA’s efforts and the individuals we work with who have intellectual disabilities.
Meet Karen Booley! Karen is production manager of the work activities center. She is responsible for overseeing document destruction, hard drive destruction and record management. Continue reading “Meet Karen Booley”
Here is an interesting article on the importance of document destruction, “The Top 8 Benefits of Responsible Document Shredding“.
The Westmoreland County Blind Association provides services and programs for individuals with visual, intellectual and physical disabilities and delivers business services such as embroidery and document destruction.
Here is a new video we created that offers an overview of our services and a virtual tour of our facilities.
Did you know that the WCBA provides transportation to eligible individuals who attend our Pre-Vocational Work Activity Center and Adult Training Facility? We made 7,861 transportational trips last year!