34 CFR 376.4 - What definitions apply to this program?

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§ 376.4 What definitions apply to this program?

(a) The definitions in 34 CFR part 369.

(b) The definition of “Supported employment” in 34 CFR part 363.

(c) The definitions of “Competitive employment”, “Integrated setting”, “On-going support services”, “Transitional employment”, and “Time-limited services” in 34 CFR part 380.

(d) The following definitions also apply to this program:

(1) Extended services means on-going support services and other appropriate services provided by a State agency, a private nonprofit organization, employer, or any other appropriate resource, from funds other than funds under this part, part 361, part 363, or part 380, after an individual with the most severe disabilities has made the transition from project support.

(2) Transitional rehabilitation services means any vocational rehabilitation services available under the State plan for vocational rehabilitation services under 34 CFR part 361 or the State plan for independent living services under 34 CFR part 365 and may also include -

(i) Jobs search assistance;

(ii) On-the-job training;

(iii) Job development, including work-site modification and use of advanced learning technology for skills training; and

(iv) Follow-up services for individuals placed in employment.

(3) Youths with disabilities means individuals with disabilities between the ages of 12 and 26.

(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 711(c) and 777a(b))
[57 FR 28441, June 24, 1992, as amended at 59 FR 8340, Feb. 18, 1994; 62 FR 6363, Feb. 11, 1997]

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