32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-3.15 - PROGRAM EVALUATION SYSTEM

Current through December 27, 2021

Program evaluation is a systematic method of analyzing the degree to which the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services (MDRS) is complying with its approved State Plan to carry out the provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended by the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998. In carrying out these federally mandated requirements for monitoring and review, the following activities and/or reviews are indicated.

* Compile quarterly and annual statewide assessments of the rehabilitation needs of individuals with significant disabilities

* Conduct statewide case reviews for compliance with state and federal regulations

* Evaluation of state policy/procedures relevant to MDRS

* Quarterly review of the strategic management plan for program evaluation

* Participation in the development of the state plan and attachments

* Review of special programs and other projects/case evaluations as requested by MDRS Administration

* Caseload management and follow-up reviews for implementation of corrective actions

* Conduct OVR/OVRB Quarterly and Annual Evaluation Report

* Conduct ILS-OVRB Quarterly and Annual Evaluation Report

* Analyze caseload data

* Evaluate compliance with standards and performance indicators

* Participate in annual casework training for new OVR and OVRB counselors

* Participate in other casework training sessions for various MDRS programs as requested by administration

* Conduct annual OSDP Consumer Satisfaction Survey


32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-3.15

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