Office for the Blind Seeks Public Input
FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky Office for the Blind (OFB) in the Department for Workforce Investment is seeking public input on the services, programs and activities the agency provides Kentuckians with visual disabilities. The deadline for comments is Feb. 28.
Comments can be made in writing, Braille, cassette tape, computer disk, telephone, Internet or e-mail. To make comments, follow one of the methods listed below.
• Internet - To complete an on-line survey, you can access the agency’s Web site at http://blind.ky.gov and click the link to the survey;
• E-mail – Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org;
• Telephone – Call Cora McNabb toll-free at 1-800-321-6668 extension 231;
• Writing, cassette tape, Braille or computer disk – mail to Cora McNabb, Office for the Blind, 209 St. Clair St., P.O. Box 757, Frankfort, KY 40602-0757.
To receive this information in an alternate format or for more information, please contact Cora McNabb.
OFB provides job counseling, education, job training and assistive technology services to Kentuckians who are visually impaired so that they can have opportunities for employment and independence. Input from Kentuckians will be used to develop a state OFB plan. The Department for Workforce Investment is in the Education Cabinet.
The Education Cabinet coordinates learning programs from P-16, and manages and supports training and employment functions in the Department for Workforce Investment. For more information about our programs, visit www.educationcabinet.ky.gov or www.workforce.ky.gov or call 502-564-6606.