An overview of interagency collaboration effective-practices.
Guide for Teachers / Educators on Collaborating with Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Youth with Disabilities
Introducing students to a VR counselor early and including them on the student’s IEP team with appropriate consent will increase the student’s ability to access opportunities that address their needs. Find out more about connecting to VR services.
Laws, Regulations & Polices – Interagency Collaboration
An overview of interagency collaboration laws, policies, and regulations.
Federal Partners in Transition Plan and Transition Fact Sheet
The What to Know About Transition Services for Students and Youth with Disabilities Fact Sheet was created to address the compatible outcome goals and policy priorities identified in the 2020 Youth Transition Plan and provides a quick glance of available resources.
Pre-Employment Transition Services: A Guide for Collaboration Among State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies and Education Partners
Developed for local educators and VR counselors to develop a systematic process for working together to enhance student employment outcomes.
Effective Strategies to Build Collaborative Partnerships Webinar
Effective strategies and tools to build collaborative partnerships between VR and LEAs to improve services coordination for students with disabilities are revealed.
Best Practices: Programs that Work, Models of Success (CTE Series 5)
This webinar is on the importance of collaborative partnerships across multiple stakeholders such as CTE, special education, vocational rehabilitation to support positive post school outcomes for students with disabilities in CTE.
Community Rehabilitation Providers Pre-ETS Guidebook
A Focus On Transition Community Rehabilitation Providers (CRPs) have long delivered services that support the transition of students with disabilities from high school to competitive integrated employment. These services have been provided in a variety of settings (i.e., schools, community, and businesses) and supported by funding from a variety of sources (i.e., school districts, Vocational Rehabilitation, Medicaid), typically as students …
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