32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-3.19 - Supported Employment Program
- § 32-22-3.19.1 - SE Terminology
- § 32-22-3.19.2 - Services
- § 32-22-3.19.3 - Flow-Chart For Se Services
- § 32-22-3.19.4 - SE Clients in Community Rehabilitation Programs (CRP)
- § 32-22-3.19.5 - Transitional Employment
Current through December 27, 2021
Supported Employment (SE) is a specialized placement and training program for the most significantly disabled individual... the individual for whom competitive employment has not traditionally occurred due to the severity of his/her disability.
The program is a cooperative effort between the Agency, community programs, agencies, and individuals called "third parties" with which the Agency has signed agreements for referrals and the provision of extended services.
If it is determined that the individual's disability is such that he/she needs on-going support services in order to maintain employment, consideration should be given to the Supported Employment program. Supported employment clients are eligible for any of the traditional vocational rehabilitation services available to other Agency clients.
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