OIB-TAC Releases New Courses
The OIB-TAC has several new courses available related to mentoring, transportation, and more...
Keep up with the current changes to RSA requirements, learn about newly released OIB-TAC courses, upcoming events, and find links to curated resources for older blind service providers. Information is shared through the Weekly Brief.
The Older Individuals who are Blind (OIB) Technical Assistance Center hosted its annual OIB Program Manager’s Conference on March 14-13 in Savannah, Georgia. The conference theme was Optimizing Services with an Eye for Consistency.
The Older Individuals who are Blind Technical Assistance Center (OIB-TAC) is excited to share its updated and redesigned website! This website, www.oib-tac.org, includes sections for technical assistance, continuing education, resources, and more.
Like the perfect partner, OIB-TAC aims to be your best match for resources to meet your needs. With a fresh new look, our vibrant, sleeker website and array of helpful resources are here to enhance your knowledge and quality of work.
OIB-TAC has launched a digital marketing campaign to raise awareness of Time To Be Bold!
The OIB-TAC has several new courses available for continuing education credit related to mentoring, facilitating family support, transportation, and more!
Kendra Farrow and Polly Abbott with the Older Individuals who are Blind Technical Assistance Center (OIB-TAC) represented the NRTC and OIB-TAC at the VisionServe Alliance Executive Leadership Conference on April 3-6 in Tampa, Florida.
Have you ever wondered how relevant braille is in today’s world? Does it make a difference for individuals who use it?
The Older Individuals who are Blind Technical Assistance Center (OIB-TAC) hosted an OIB Program Manager’s Conference on May 11-12 in Denver, Colorado.