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On Friday, July 15, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) celebrated its Spring 2022 Networking Technology Program Graduation at Roxbury Community College (RCC).
Recently, the Office of Individual Family Engagement (OIFE) has introduced seven Disability Inclusion Leaders to help bring MRC's mission to life.
Phetmany Phommasing arrived in Lynn, Massachusetts, when she was just three months old, the daughter of refugees from Laos.
For the last 26 years, Lowell's Senghap Roeun has spent his time focused on education.
Marlene Mata, a Deaf Afro-Latinx woman, has been a Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf (RCD) in the Braintree office for nine years.
The Brain Injury Council was established in August of 2021.
At 39, George's life changed forever. He was diagnosed with a large brain tumor and underwent immediate surgery, and the surgery left him with cognitive, emotional regulatory, and physical disabilities.
Creating Equity with Assistive Technology
For more than a decade, Reverend Dr. Dawn Clark has used her voice as a life-long advocate for people experiencing disabilities as the chair of the Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council (SRC).
Once a consumer, Aisha Nakazibwe is now a VR counselor.