Lewis established the “gold standard of disability employment” as a Walgreens executive; Born without arms, Cox became the first airplane pilot to fly with feet in 2011.
Randy Lewis’ son was born with autism. Jessica Cox born without arms. Both have devoted their lives to changing perceptions about what people with disabilities can do, in the workplace and in their personal lives.
Legendary U.S. Senator, who helped write the Americans with Disabilities Act, will headline the event that’s dedicated to improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) announced today that Senator Tom Harkin will be the headline keynote speaker at the company’s annual getAwareLive! conference. The July 25-26, 2018 event in Atlanta brings together vocational rehabilitation, workforce, technology and business leaders across the nation to work on improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Small and medium-sized businesses benefit with “five teams for $50” package that aligns teams to company goals, engages employees, and creates better collaboration across the organization.
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) announced a new version of its goal achievement software, MyObjectives, that easily and cost-efficiently allows business owners to implement a culture of goal achievement. The MyObjectives software-as-a-service and mobile application challenges employees to define and achieve objectives aligned to the company’s goals and mission.
Alliance earns the recognition based on delivering technology solutions that have transformed the way people with disabilities are served by state agencies.
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) was recognized today for delivering technology solutions that have positively changed the vocational rehabilitation (VR) industry, winning Microsoft’s 2017 State and Local Government Digital Transformation Partner of the Year award. Microsoft announced award winners at its U.S. Public Sector Partner Awards conference in Bellevue, Washington.
Russell Cusack, director of the North Dakota Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, is named the inaugural recipient of the award for embodying Senator Harkin’s legendary work for Americans with disabilities.
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) announced today the first recipient of the Thomas Harkin Americans with Disabilities (T.H.A.D.) Excellence Award. The award recognizes a member of the rehabilitation services community who exemplifies outstanding service to people with disabilities, true to its namesake.
Responding to industry demand, the no-fee open-source software will be available for vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies nationwide to test their RSA-911 reports before submission to the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA).
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) announced today a plan to develop and support software that will help state vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies in preparing and submitting their federally mandated RSA-911 quarterly reports. The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) provides leadership and VR resources to assist state and other agencies in providing VR and other services to individuals with disabilities to maximize their employment, independence and integration into the community and the competitive labor market. The RSA-911 report contains a record of demographic and programmatic data for each person who exited the Vocational Rehabilitation program in that fiscal year.