34 CFR 363.11 - What information and assurances must be included in the State plan supplement?

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§ 363.11 What information and assurances must be included in the State plan supplement?
Each State plan supplement must include the following:
(a) Designated State agency. Designate the State unit or units for vocational rehabilitation services identified in the State plan submitted under 34 CFR part 361 as the State agency or agencies to administer this program.
(b) Results of needs assessment. Summarize the results of the needs assessment of individuals with severe disabilities conducted under title I of the Act with respect to the rehabilitation and career needs of individuals with severe disabilities and the need for supported employment services. The results of the needs assessment must address the coordination and use of information within the State relating to section 618(b)(1)(c) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
(c) Quality, scope, and extent of services. Describe the quality, scope, and extent of supported employment services to be provided to individuals with the most severe disabilities under this program. The description must address the timing of the transition to extended services referred to in § 363.50(b)(2).
(d) Distribution of funds. Describe the State's goals and plans with respect to the distribution of funds received under § 363.20.
(e) Collaboration. Demonstrate evidence of the efforts of the designated State unit to identify and make arrangements, including entering into cooperative agreements, with—
(1) Other State agencies and other appropriate entities to assist in the provision of supported employment services; and
(2) Other public or non-profit agencies or organizations within the State, employers, natural supports, and other entities with respect to the provision of extended services.
(f) Minority outreach. Describe the designated State unit's outreach procedures for identifying and serving individuals with the most severe disabilities who are minorities.
(g) Assurances. Provide assurances that—
(1) Funds made available under this part will only be used to provide supported employment services authorized under the Act to individuals who are eligible under this part to receive the services;
(2) The comprehensive assessments of individuals with severe disabilities conducted undersection 102(b)(1)(A) and funded under title I of the Act will include consideration of supported employment as an appropriate rehabilitation objective;
(3) An individualized written rehabilitation program, as required bysection 102 of the Act, will be developed and updated, using funds under title I, that—
(i) Specifies the supported employment services to be provided to each individual served under this program, including a description of the expected extended services needed, which may include natural supports, and an identification of the State, Federal, or private programs or other resources that will provide the extended services, including a description of the basis for determining that extended services are available, or to the extent that it is not possible to identify the source of extended services at the time the individualized written rehabilitation program is developed, a statement describing the basis for concluding that there is a reasonable expectation that sources will become available;
(ii) Provides for periodic monitoring to ensure that each individual with severe disabilities is making satisfactory progress toward meeting the weekly work requirement established in the individualized written rehabilitation program by the time of transition to extended services;
(4) The State will use funds provided under this part only to supplement, and not supplant, the funds provided under title I of the Act, in providing supported employment services specified in the individualized written rehabilitation program;
(5) Services provided under an individualized written rehabilitation program will be coordinated with services provided under other individualized plans established under other Federal or State programs;
(6) To the extent job skills training is provided, the training will be provided on-site;
(7) Supported employment services will include placement in an integrated setting for the maximum number of hours possible based on the unique strengths, resources, interests, concerns, abilities, and capabilities of individuals with the most severe disabilities;
(8) The designated State agency or agencies will expend no more than 5 percent of the State's allotment under this part for administrative costs of carrying out this program; and
(9) The public participation requirements ofsection 101(a)(23) are met.
(h) Other information. Contain any other information and be submitted in the form and in accordance with the procedures that the Secretary may require.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1820-0500)
(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 795n)

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  • 2014-12-19; vol. 79 # 244 - Friday, December 19, 2014
    1. 79 FR 75872 - Federal Awarding Agency Regulatory Implementation of Office of Management and Budget's Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards
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Title 34 published on 2014-07-01

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  • 2015-04-23; vol. 80 # 78 - Thursday, April 23, 2015
    1. 80 FR 22661 - State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program; State Supported Employment Services Program; Limitations on Use of Subminimum Wage
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      Notice of public meetings.
      The meetings will take place on April 30, 2015, and May 20, 2015.
      34 CFR Parts 361, 363, and 397