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Sec. 103 Vocational Rehabilitation Services

(a) Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Individuals

...(15) transition services for students with disabilities, that facilitate the transition from school to postsecondary life, such as achievement of an employment outcome in competitive integrated employment, or pre-employment transition services;

(16) supported employment services;

(17) customized employment;…

...(b)Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Groups of Individuals

Vocational rehabilitation services provided for the benefit of groups of individuals with disabilities may also include the following:

...(2) The establishment, development, or improvement of community rehabilitation programs, including, under special circumstances, the construction of a facility.  Such programs shall be used to provide services described in this section that promote integration into the community and that prepare individuals with disabilities for competitive integrated employment, including supported employment and customized employment

...(5) Technical assistance to businesses that are seeking to employ individuals with disabilities…

...(7) Transition services to youth with disabilities and students with disabilities, for which a vocational rehabilitation counselor works in concert with educational agencies, providers of job training programs, providers of services under the Medicaid program under title XIX of the Social Security Act (42  U.S.C. 1396 et seq.), entities designated by the State to provide services for individuals with developmental disabilities, centers for independent living (as defined in section 702), housing and transportation authorities, workforce development systems, and businesses and employers.

(8) The establishment, development, or improvement of assistive technology demonstration, loan, reutilization, or financing programs in coordination with activities authorized under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 3001 et seq.) to promote access to assistive technology for individuals with disabilities and employers


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