Established in 1983, the Virginia Commonwealth University RRTC provides resources for professionals, individuals with disabilities, and their representatives. Our team of nationally and internationally renowned researchers is committed to developing and advancing evidence-based practices to increase the hiring and retention for individuals with disabilities.
VCU RRTC major areas of focus include:
- Supported Employment
- Transition from School to Work
- Post Secondary Education
- Traumatic Brain Injury, and
- Social Security Policy.
The VCU-RRTC has multiple projects, many of which have their own websites. The following is a listing of our projects with links to the project websites or additional information:
- VCU Autism Center for Excellence (VCU-ACE)
- Business Connectionswith Virginia DARS
- Project SEARCH: Research of Demonstration
- Project SEARCH
- Transitions Innovations
- Post High Experience
- Indicators 13 and 14: With Virginia Department of Education
- VCU ACE IT in College
- Work Incentive Planning and Assistance National Training Center (WIPA-NTC)
- The Center on Transition to Employment for Youth with Disabilities (TransCen & VCU)
- The Center of Knowledge Translation for Employment Research Center (SEDL & VCU)
For a full listing of the VCU-RRTC projects and websites, please visit the Projects section of the Worksupport.com website.