This website is dedicated to Barbara De Ruiz, a fine woman from Homosassa, Florida with a disability who, with help of Florida’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), set up a successful art business. Additionally, there are also several posts on other exceptional individuals who stretched their potential to achieve remarkable results. We’ll also provide advice as to how to set up a business successfully and what to keep in mind, and we highlight some remarkable designs that impressed the world of art, sport, and automotive.
Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is proactively involved in helping individuals with a disability find or retain positions in businesses. The organization has set up the website FLJobConnections.com, a platform where businesses (at no charge) have the chance to post job vacancies or find suitable persons for a position. During 2016, Vocational Rehabilitation helped over seven thousand Florida residents with a disability find suitable employment or keep their jobs.
Florida Division of VR is a federal/state program that provides services to people who have mental or physical disabilities and supports them in getting or keeping a job. Vocational Rehabilitation is dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities have meaningful careers. The organization is headquartered in Florida’s capital, Tallahassee, and has 90 offices spread across the state. The organization’s programs include Mental Health, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Mental Health, Ticket to Work, and Supported Employment.