List of OIB Programs by State
Quickly find the name and contact information of OIB program administrators from an alphabetical list of U.S. states and territories.
Do you have a question about administration of the OIB program or best practices for provision of services for older individuals who are blind or have low vision?
OIB-TAC is here to help!
We provide technical assistance on the topics of:
We provide 3 levels of Technical Assistance.
All requests for assistance will fall under one of these levels.
Targeted technical assistance addresses one specific topic or goal identified by a program or professional. Reach out to one of our knowledgeable staff to receive guidance towards practical, viable solutions to real world problems.
Completion of reports, such as the 7-OB
Provision of adaptive devices
Setting up and maintaining a peer support group
Continuing education opportunities for professionals
Program management and evaluation
Measuring service outcomes
Universal technical assistance is available any time and is not customized. We offer on-line information, monthly webinars, and continuing education courses.
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The purpose of Intensive TA (Technical Assistance) is to improve the OIB program in a state.
Intensive TA is provided at no cost to Designated State Agencies (DSAs). The OIB Programs participate in a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) to help you assess your state's OIB program. Program Managers work with OIB-TAC to set individualized goals to improve the program. The state receives one year of follow-up support that may include an opportunity for staff training.
OIB-TAC provides Intensive Technical Assistance to three states each year from October 1st to September 31st. Interested DSAs are encouraged to apply early.