The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services releases Highlights 2007-2008. Bookmark and Share

February 5, 2009

The Bureau of Rehabilitation releases Highlights 2007-2008. A biennial publication, Highlights provides information on the Bureau’s three divisions, their accomplishments of the last two years, and the challenges ahead. Available from www.maine.gov/rehab/brs_highlights

About the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services works to provide full access to employment, independence and community integration for people with disabilities. It is comprised of three Divisions: Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Division of Deafness and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation as well as the Office of the State Accessibility Coordinator. The Bureau serves over 11,000 Mainers annually.

The Bureau of Rehabilitation releases Highlights 2007-2008. A biennial publication, Highlights provides information on the Bureau’s three divisions, their accomplishments of the last two years, and the challenges ahead. Available from www.maine.gov/rehab/brs_highlights