Welcome to Southeast TACE

The mission of the Technical Assistance and Continuing Education (TACE) Center Region IV (Southeast TACE) is to provide technical assistance (TA) and continuing education (CE) activities that meet the strategic goals and program performance needs of state Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agencies and their community partners.


  • Online Learning for College Students with Disabilities: A guide to distance learning for students with disabilities. Learn how to work with disability services, employ assistive technology, evaluate online programs, and succeed in the virtual classroom.
    Visit the Online College Database website

  • Job Development User-Ready Resources
    The Job Development Exchange (JDX) offers a variety of resources for vocational rehabilitation counselors and other job development professionals. In this section, the JDX highlights some of these resources and previews upcoming exchange opportunities.
    Building A Job Development Strategy
    What you need to know about employers
    English/Spanish Resources
    Rehab to Business Language
    10 Tips to Address (and prevent) Employer Misperceptions

  • Work Force 3 One Webinar
    The Role “Credit” plays in the Employment of People with Disabilities
    April 8, 2014
    More Information and Registration

  • Asset Development: Find resources for VR Counselors in TACE's 30-second Training Series
    View our 30-second Trainings

  • U.S. Department of Labor Announces Final Rule to Improve Employment of People with Disabilities
    On August 27, 2013, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced a Final Rule that makes changes to the regulations implementing Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Section 503) at 41 CFR Part 60-741.
    More information about the Final Rule
  • "NGA Blueprint for Governors, A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities"
    On August 2, 2013, the National Governors Association (NGA) released the final publication, "A Blueprint for Governors." RSA participated in a number of the activities related to this initiative and several of our grantees are involved with this publication.
    Download the "NGA Blueprint for Governors, A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities"

  • TACE Panel on Asset Development Addresses National VR Leaders: CSAVR conference, Spring 2013
    Read more about the panel

  • National Employment Conference Post-Webinar Sessions: “The New Economy: Rethink, Realign, Reinvent”
    The 2012 National Employment Conference brought together a dynamic group of presenters and approximately 350 participants to discuss the current issues facing the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) community. To continue the conversations that started at this conference, selected presenters have been asked to conduct a post-webinar to provide an opportunity to present additional information from their presentations and have the wider VR community participate.
    View the schedule of all the webinars with their descriptions and archives of recorded sessions

  • TACE Projects Equip VR to Improve Outcomes for Jobseekers with Most Significant Disabilities
    In a recent study, five TACE-sponsored pilot projects were shown to advance VR understanding and utilization of best practices in four southeastern states, building VR capacity to improve outcomes for jobseekers with the most significant disabilities.
    Learn More about the Study

  • New Offerings on TACE’s Job Development Exchange
    The JDX provides vocational rehabilitation professionals with information and tools to successfully engage employers and address a wide range of barriers to employment.
  • Executive Order – Establishing the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans
    To contribute to the Nation's future financial stability and increase upward economic mobility, it is the policy of the Federal Government to promote financial capability among young Americans and encourage building the financial capability of young people at an early stage in schools, families, communities, and the workplace. By starting early, young people can begin to learn the difference between wants and needs, the importance and power of saving, and the positive and productive role money can play in their lives. Having a basic understanding of money management from an early age will make our young people better equipped to tackle more complex financial decisions in their transition to adulthood, when critical decisions about financing higher education and saving for retirement can have lasting consequences for financial security. Strengthening the financial capability of our young people is an investment in our Nation's economic prosperity.
    View the Executive Order

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