Wash. Admin. Code § 67-25-210 - Assessment-Adaptive skills of blindness
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
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Assessment—Adaptive skills of blindness.
(1) As a part of the assessment to determine vocational rehabilitation service needs, there must be a determination of each individual's use of and ability to benefit from adaptive skills of blindness. Rehabilitation objectives and service needs identified with the eligible individual during this assessment process shall be incorporated into the individualized plan for employment.
(2) Adaptive skills of blindness assessment include, as appropriate in each case:
(a) Communications, including braille and keyboarding;
(b) Personal management;
(c) Orientation and mobility;
(d) Home management;
(e) Activities of daily living;
(f) Personal adjustment to blindness, and if applicable, adjustment to other disabilities;
(g) Ability to benefit from rehabilitation technology; and
(h) Use of residual vision and ability to benefit from low vision devices and related training.
[Statutory Authority: P.L. 113-128 and 34 C.F.R. Part 361. WSR 18-14-101, amended and recodified as § 67-25-210, filed 7/3/18, effective 8/3/18. Statutory Authority: Chapter 74.18 RCW. WSR 05-08-097, § 67-25-257, filed 4/4/05, effective 5/5/05. Statutory Authority: Chapter 74.15 RCW. WSR 95-06-057, § 67-25-257, filed 2/28/95, effective 3/31/95. Statutory Authority: Chapter 74.18 RCW. WSR 85-06-030 (Order 85-02), § 67-25-257, filed 3/1/85.]