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Featured on the WWRC Foundation's Podcast Series

These are the stories that dreams are made of! Our podcast's focus is on the success stories of individuals with disabilities; their courageous journeys through vocational rehabilitation, and how they have overcome the obstacles to independence and employment. Join hosts Rick Sizemore and Anne Hudlow to learn more about what our clients and graduates have achieved.

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quick 4-minute preview: Reflections from the Vocational Rehabilitation Journey

Give us a few minutes, and we'll take you on a journey of a lifetime. If you haven't listened to an episode yet, chick this out to learn a little more about our podcast.

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Oct. 15, 2017 - Jim Rothrock has lived with a significant disability for over five decades and now shares his perspectives on disability and work. Hear his top messages to the Vocational Rehabilitation and Business Communities.

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National Disabilities Employee Awareness Month

Sept. 30, 2017 - Let’s Discuss 3-D Printing, Manufacturing and International Podcast Day. Hear about Spenser’s Tour of the Plant, Kim’s Cosmetology Career, and Courageous Stories of Vocational Rehabilitation on the Horizon.

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From a Life of seclusion to a career in manufacturing: the chris hall story

Chris Hall joins us now with the story of the voc rehab pathway out of seclusion to a whole new life of success and a career in modern manufacturing


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About the Podcast Series

The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Workforce Studio is a disability employment podcast produced and published in cooperation with the Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center (WWRC), a Division of the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) by the Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center Foundation (WWRCF). 

The focus is on the success stories of individuals with disabilities, highlighting their courageous journeys through vocational rehabilitation and how they overcome the obstacles to independence and employment. The Foundation distributes these podcasts through iTunes and its VR Workforce Studio website. With hosts Rick Sizemore, WWRC Director, and Anne Hudlow, VR Workforce Executive Producer, the VR Workforce Studio is recognized as the first of its kind and has quickly become America’s voice for vocational rehabilitation. We invite you to join us for a new episode every month to hear the courageous stories of those reaching their goals through vocational rehabilitation.