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Integration Continuum Self-Assessment

Rate your agency’s level of service integration -- Isolation, Communication, Coordination, Collaboration or Integration -- with the Integration Continuum Self-Assessment.

WINTAC has developed the Self-Assessment to help you determine where you are today on the Continuum and where you would like to be. There are three ways to use the assessment: agency self-evaluation, facilitated collaborative self-assessment or self-assessment through the use of a facilitator’s guide.

Recorded Webinar - Using Explore-Work.com Pre-Employment Transition Services Online Modules

Click this link to register and view the webinar

Note: Please disregard the date on the registration page in the link as this is a pre-recorded webinar to be viewed at your convenience.

Instructional webinar featuring Explore-Work.com, which may be used as a resource in the delivery of the five required WIOA Pre-Employment Transition Services activities for use with students with disabilities.

Phase One of the national study of the change in 14c employers and subminimum wage workers is now complete!

Click here to see the Phase One 14c Study!

Current WINTAC researcher Jenean Jacobs and former WINTAC researcher Sarah Hancock have completed a study that spans from January, 2016 through July, 2018 on the change in the number of 14c certificate holders and the change in the number of individuals with disabilities working in subminimum wage employment. This information is based on data from the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor.

Practices of States with Order of Selection

Order of Selection (OOS)

The Rehabilitation Act, as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), requires the Vocational Rehabilitation program to serve individuals with the most significant disabilities first when there are not enough resources to serve everyone who is eligible for VR services. Individuals with the most significant disabilities are given a priority over those with less significant disabilities, a process called an "order of selection."