Hearing on Vocational Rehabilitation: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education, Training, and Life-Long Learning of the Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session, Hearing Held in Washington, DC, March 29, 1995, Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities. Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education, Training, and Life-long Learning
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995 - Business & Economics - 130 pages
This document records the oral and written testimony of persons who testified at a hearing on how vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities, particularly severe disabilities, can be improved. Witnesses included directors of federal and state rehabilitation services departments, and officials of rehabilitation provider organizations and support groups for persons with disabilities. Some of the points made by the various witnesses were the following: (1) vocational rehabilitation should remain a separate entity and not be merged with general job training because the severely disabled may not be provided with the services they need; (2) the state of Kentucky is providing one-stop job training centers that serve the needs of all people, including those with severe disabilities; (3) some persons have been able to lead productive, professional lives and repay the investment in their vocational rehabilitation through that training; (4) some private groups can provide innovative programs of vocational rehabilitation and increase the choices of those who need the services; and (5) using block grants to states may not necessarily reduce expenses. (KC)
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assessment assistance Auburn University bachelor's block grant Career Choice CCD recommends CCRS Center Chairman McKeon classified as severe clients with severe closure status competitive closure rate competitive employment degrees in rehabilitation dependent variables Development dollars East Carolina University effective employment outcomes employment training experience Independent Living individuals with disabilities job training program Kemp level of counselor level of rehabilitation master's degrees MRCs National Rehabilitation Association NCIL one-stop opportunity Parker participants persons with disabilities persons with severe placement planning private sector regions of significance regression Rehabilitation Act rehabilitation client outcome rehabilitation counseling rehabilitation counselor education Rehabilitation Services Administration relationship Schroeder Serraglio service delivery severe disabilities statistical conclusion validity statistical power status 26 Szymanski telephone number Thank tion Title training and employment University vocational evaluation Vocational Rehabilitation Program VR agency VR program Wisconsin