34 CFR 385.1 - What is the Rehabilitation Training program?
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(1) Ensure that skilled personnel are available to provide rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities through vocational, medical, social, and psychological rehabilitation programs, through supported employment programs, through independent living services programs, and through client assistance programs;
(2) Maintain and upgrade basic skills and knowledge of personnel employed to provide state-of-the-art service delivery systems and rehabilitation technology services; and
(3) Provide training and information to individuals with disabilities, the parents, families, guardians, advocates, and authorized representatives of the individuals, and other appropriate parties to develop the skills necessary for individuals with disabilities to access the rehabilitation system and to become active decisionmakers in the rehabilitation process.
(b) The Secretary awards grants and contracts to pay part of the costs of projects for training, traineeships, and related activities, including the provision of technical assistance, to assist in increasing the numbers of qualified personnel trained in providing rehabilitation services and other services provided under the Act, to individuals with disabilities. Financial assistance is provided through six categories of training programs:
(1) Rehabilitation Long-Term Training (34 CFR part 386).
(2) Experimental and Innovative Training (34 CFR part 387).
(3) State Vocational Rehabilitation Unit In-Service Training (34 CFR part 388).
(4) Rehabilitation Continuing Education Programs (34 CFR part 389).
(5) Rehabilitation Short-Term Training (34 CFR part 390).
(6) Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind (34 CFR part 396).
[59 FR 8344, Feb. 18, 1994]
Title 34 published on 2014-07-01
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