December 28, 2012

A Look Back on 2012

Image: 2013 written in multi-colored sparklers on a black background [via]
WBRC would like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy 2013.

There were several big events for WBRC in 2012 including settling into our temporary home in Menlo Park, the demolition of our old building, and the beginning construction of our permanent home in Palo Alto.   As we prepare for 2013, lets take a look back at 2012.

The following are links to some of our favorite WBRC Blog posts from 2012:

Photo: Niki Sandlan, Service Chief for Blind Rehabilitation Services, and John Kingston, CNVR Supervisor, standing in front of the NVT Light Panel with Mr. Kingston's framed certification as an 'NVT Trainer'.  This is the first NVT Trainer certification obtained by a clinician in the United States.  Photograph by Brian Higgins.

Photos of the WBRC Open House

Picture: The front entrance of building 48 after demolition begins.

John Kingston, WBRC CNVR Coordinator, presents on the CNVR Program.

Visually impaired veterans and volunteers wait to cross the street on Forest Avenue in Palo Alto during a walk to celebrate "White Cane Awareness Day" on Oct. 24, 2012. Photo by Veronica Weber/Palo Alto Online.

Aerial view of the beginning construction of the foundation

Additionally; the WBRC will be closed for business on: 
Tuesday January 1st  

The WBRC RN station may be reached by calling:
(650) 493-5000
select 1, then select 2, then enter 24623
select 1, then select 2, then enter 24823

You may also leave a message at the WBRC Direct Line at:
(650) 614-9952

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