With offices in several locations, VocRehab Vermont helps people who want to return to work, advance in their career, or increase their hours but need some help due to a disability or advanced age. Services can include vocational counseling, job placement services, accessing the right training. understanding Social Security income rules, getting assistive technology and other support in your new job.
A4TD (Associates for Training & Development)
A4TD helps older Vermonters become the best-qualified candidate for jobs consistent with their interests and abilities.
For people 55+ looking to re-enter the workforce, they provide training in the use of computers and Internet, “stepping stone” job placements, and “returnships” which are like internships for mature workers
The Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI) is the designated state unit providing vocational rehabilitation and independent living services to eligible Vermonters who are blind and visually impaired.
DBVI supports the efforts of Vermonters who are blind and visually impaired to achieve or sustain their economic independence, self reliance, and social integration to a level consistent with their interests, abilities and informed choices.