To be eligible for an allotment under this part, a State shall submit to the Commissioner, as part of the State plan under section
721 of this title, a State plan supplement for providing supported employment services authorized under this chapter to individuals who are eligible under this chapter to receive the services. Each State shall make such annual revisions in the plan supplement as may be necessary.
Each such plan supplement shall—
(1)designate each designated State agency as the agency to administer the program assisted under this part;
(2)summarize the results of the comprehensive, statewide assessment conducted under section
721(a)(15)(A)(i) of this title, with respect to the rehabilitation needs of individuals with significant disabilities and the need for supported employment services, including needs related to coordination;
(3)describe the quality, scope, and extent of supported employment services authorized under this chapter to be provided to individuals who are eligible under this chapter to receive the services and specify the goals and plans of the State with respect to the distribution of funds received under section
795h of this title;
(4)demonstrate evidence of the efforts of the designated State agency to identify and make arrangements (including entering into cooperative agreements) with other State agencies and other appropriate entities to assist in the provision of supported employment services;
(5)demonstrate evidence of the efforts of the designated State agency to identify and make arrangements (including entering into cooperative agreements) with other public or nonprofit agencies or organizations within the State, employers, natural supports, and other entities with respect to the provision of extended services;
(6)provide assurances that—
(A)funds made available under this part will only be used to provide supported employment services authorized under this chapter to individuals who are eligible under this part to receive the services;
(B)the comprehensive assessments of individuals with significant disabilities conducted under section
722(b)(1) of this title and funded under subchapter I of this chapter will include consideration of supported employment as an appropriate employment outcome;
(C)an individualized plan for employment, as required by section
722 of this title, will be developed and updated using funds under subchapter I of this chapter in order to—
(i)specify the supported employment services to be provided;
(ii)specify the expected extended services needed; and
(iii)identify the source of extended services, which may include natural supports, or to the extent that it is not possible to identify the source of extended services at the time the individualized plan for employment is developed, a statement describing the basis for concluding that there is a reasonable expectation that such sources will become available;
(D)the State will use funds provided under this part only to supplement, and not supplant, the funds provided under subchapter I of this chapter, in providing supported employment services specified in the individualized plan for employment;
(E)services provided under an individualized plan for employment will be coordinated with services provided under other individualized plans established under other Federal or State programs;
(F)to the extent jobs skills training is provided, the training will be provided on site; and
(G)supported employment services will include placement in an integrated setting for the maximum number of hours possible based on the unique strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests, and informed choice of individuals with the most significant disabilities;
(7)provide assurances that the State agencies designated under paragraph (1) will expend not more than 5 percent of the allotment of the State under this part for administrative costs of carrying out this part; and
(8)contain such other information and be submitted in such manner as the Commissioner may require.
1998—Pub. L. 105–277made technical amendment in original to section designation and catchline.
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