38 CFR § 21.6240 - Medical treatment, care and services.
(a) General. A participant in a vocational training program or receiving employment assistance shall be furnished medical treatment, care and services which VA determines are necessary to develop, carry out and complete the veteran's plan.
(b) Scope of services. The services which may be furnished include the medical treatment, care and dental services described in part 17 of this chapter. In addition, the following services may be authorized even if not included or described in part 17:
(1) Prosthetic appliances, eyeglasses, and other corrective or assistive devices;
(2) Services to a veteran's family as necessary for the effective rehabilitation of the veteran;
(3) Special services (including services related to blindness and deafness) including:
(i) Language training, speech and voice correction, training in ambulation, and one-hand typewriting;
(ii) Orientation, adjustment, mobility and related services; and
(iii) Telecommunications, sensory and other technical aids and devices.
(c) Periods of eligibility. A veteran is eligible for the services described in paragraph (b) of this section during:
(2) Rehabilitation to the point employability;
(3) Employment services; and
(4) Other periods, to the extent that services are needed to begin or continue in any of the periods described in paragraphs (c)(1) through (3) of this section. Such periods include, but are not limited to, those when services are needed to facilitate reentry into training following:
(i) Interruption; or
(ii) Discontinuance because of illness or injury.