Wash. Admin. Code § 67-25-565 - VR program exit-Supported employment
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
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VR program exit—Supported employment.
(1) The service record of an individual with a most significant disability who has achieved a competitive and integrated employment outcome that requires long-term supports (with or without customization of job tasks) will be closed concurrently with the achievement of the employment outcome when the individual:
(a) Satisfies requirements for case closure, as set forth in WAC 67-25-051; and
(b) The department is not (or is no longer) providing extended services or any other vocational rehabilitation service to the individual.
(2) The service record of a youth with a most significant disability who is receiving extended services provided by the department will be closed when:
(a) The youth with a most significant disability achieves a competitive and integrated employment outcome with supports (with or without customization of job tasks); and
(b) Is no longer eligible to receive extended services provided by the department because the individual:
(i) No longer meets age requirements established in the definition of a youth with a disability in accordance with 67-25-093;
(ii) Has received extended services for a period of forty-eight months; or
(iii) Has transitioned to extended services provided with funds by an entity other than the department prior to meeting the age or time restrictions established under (b)(i) and (ii) of this subsection, respectively.
(c) The individual satisfies requirements for case closure, in accordance with WAC 67-25-051; and
(d) The individual is no longer receiving any other vocational rehabilitation service from the department.
[Statutory Authority: P.L. 113-128 and 34 C.F.R. Part 361. WSR 18-14-101, § 67-25-565, filed 7/3/18, effective 8/3/18.]