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Rehabilitation Services 2010 Annual Report

To request a copy of this publication in special media, please call 785-368-8214.
A printable pdf copy is available for download.

 

Report Contents

 

 

Report General Information

This report is based on data from Federal Fiscal Year 2010.

 
State Rehabilitation Council of Kansas
Craig E. Perbeck, Chairperson
 
Kansas Rehabilitation Services
Michael Donnelly, Director
 
Kansas Rehabilitation Services (KRS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, military or veteran status, or disability in acceptance for services or employment. For more information on this policy, please contact KRS.
 
To request a copy of this publication in special media, please call 785-368-8214.
A printable pdf copy is available for immediate download.
 
Contact Information: Docking State Office Building, 9th Floor North 915 SW Harrison Topeka, KS 66612 Phone: 782-368-7471 TTY: 785-368-7478 Toll Free: 1-866-213-9079 TTY: 1-800-432-0698 http://www.dcf.ks.gov/services/RS
 
Image on the Report Cover

This 170-turbine wind farm is in Gray County in southwest Kansas. Below the wind turbines, spring wheat is just starting to turn brown in advance of harvesting. Taken on a beautiful June day in Kansas, the photo captures the State's historic and ongoing agricultural strengths as well as our exciting potential through new opportunities.

This balance between capitalizing on our strengths and embracing the future is also a recurring theme of significance to the vocational rehabilitation (VR) program. Our counselors work with people with disabilities to consider their experiences and strengths and to embrace the future by achieving their employment goals. Several Kansans who achieved employment are featured throughout this Report. We hope you'll take a few minutes to learn how they capitalized on their strengths and embraced exciting new opportunities for employment, greater self-sufficiency, economic equality and integration into society.

Photo reprinted with permission of Judd Patterson Photography. For more information about Judd's beautiful fine art and nature photography, please visit http://juddpatterson.com.