(1) If the DVR
counselor becomes aware of a condition or circumstance after you have developed
an IPE that may affect your ability to achieve the employment outcome
identified in your IPE, the DVR counselor may conduct necessary assessment
services to determine whether you are capable of benefiting in terms of the
specific employment outcome identified in your IPE.
(2) If you have a documented history of
violent or predatory behavior that reasonably leads a DVR counselor to believe
you may be a threat to yourself or others, you must participate in assessment
services necessary to determine the level of risk.
(3) If a DVR counselor determines, based on
an assessment conducted by a qualified professional, that your employment may
pose a threat to the safety of you or others because you meet the conditions
outlined in WAC 388-891A-0110, an appropriately qualified professional must
evaluate the employment outcome and employment setting you choose for risk.
(4) If you decline to authorize
the release of information to DVR or participate in VR services necessary to
collect pertinent information and your refusal prevents the continued
development of an appropriate IPE, the DVR counselor may close your case
Wash. Admin. Code
18-12-035, Filed 5/29/2018, effective