A major renovation currently in the works at 720 Alabama Ave. in Selma is good news for ADRS consumers in west Alabama.
That is the address for the new Vocational Rehabilitation and Children’s Rehabilitation offices that will be serving children and adults with disabilities in Dallas and the surrounding counties. Though the construction project kicked off just a few short weeks ago, visible signs of progress on the new facility are numerous, both inside and out.
The 12,644 square-foot facility will include many modern amenities, said ADRS Rehabilitation Specialist Mark Vosel, who is responsible for the department’s facilities.
“The new space will be approximately 65 percent CRS and 35 VR,” Vosel said. “The CRS clinic space will feature an audiology booth, a modern exam and interview room, and an excellent parent resource area. VR will have a new conference room in addition to the new office spaces, and the rear of the building will have a covered entrance to better assist consumers and staff who are in motorized chairs when the weather is less than ideal.”
The new office is scheduled to be move-in ready by October and will replace the current Selma ADRS office, which is shared with Easter Seals.