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Reasonable Accommodation Process for Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors Webinar Series

Event Date(s): 

Tuesday, December 8, 2015 to Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Event Time: 

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM



Northwest ADA Center  

with speakers       
Eva Larrauri, M.A., CRC
Miranda Levy, M.A., CRC
Andrea Olson, M.S., CRC 

VRCs play an essential role in facilitating successful reasonable accommodation outcomes between applicants/employees and employers throughout the employment process. In individual cases, the VRC can help build the applicant/employee's confidence in requesting reasonable accommodation. For employers making commitments toward more diverse and inclusive workplaces, the VRC can serve as a collaborative partner to meet those goals.    

Part I of the webinar series will offer guidance and a general overview about what a VRC needs to know about reasonable accommodations and the interactive process under Title I of the ADA. The VRC will learn how to coach qualified individuals with disabilities on how to facilitate an open and honest dialogue with potential and current employers.   

Session 1: Tuesday, December 8th, 2015 at 10-11:30 am PDT

Part II of the webinar series will cover examples and case studies showing how the VRC can maximize successful outcomes by collaborating with applicants/employees and employers. 

Session 2: Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 at 10-11:30 am PDT

For more information and to register:

For questions about course content or registration, please contact:  

Miranda Levy

· e-mail:
· phone: (425) 774-2303

Live Closed Captioning will be provided for this webinar.

Participants have the option of obtaining 1.5 CRCC credits, ACTCP (ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program) credits, or a Letter of Attendance.

For questions about course content or registration, please contact:  
Miranda Levy
· e-mail:
· phone: (425) 774-2303