SBVI FY 2012 State Plan
What Is the State Plan?
The State Plan is the official document submitted by the Department of Human Services to the Rehabilitation Services Administration to report activities conducted in the past year and to plan future activities in the delivery of vocational rehabilitation services in the state. The State Plan process requires public input and input from the Board of Service to the Blind and Visually Impaired.
The State Plan consists of two components:
Preprint: A 50 page document that repeats the Rehabilitation Act and allows some options for delivery of rehabilitation services in the State.
Attachments: 13 attachments are associated with sections of the preprint. Some give a historical picture of the past year, and some are future projections, goals, and strategies.
ATTACHMENTS FOR THE FY 2012
The following attachments require updates and will be submitted with the State Plan FY 2012
Attachment 4.2(c): Input of State Rehabilitation Council
Attachment 4.10: Comprehensive System of Personnel Development
Attachment 4.11(b): Annual Estimates
Attachment 4.11(c)(4): Goals and Plans for Distribution of Title VI, Part B Funds
Attachment 4.11(e)(2): Evaluation and Reports of Progress
Attachment 4.11(a): Statewide Assessment
Attachment 4.11(c)(1):State Goals and Priorities
Attachment 4.11(d): State Strategies
The following attachments were submitted as parts of prior State Plans and do not need to be resubmitted
ü Each attachment was previously approved by RSA;
ü Each attachment still reflects current agency policies and procedures; and
ü Each attachment also meets the requirements of the 1998 Amendments.
Attachment 4.8(b)(1): Cooperative Agreements with Agencies Not Carrying Out Activities Under the Statewide Workforce Investment System
Attachment 4.8(b)(2): Coordination with
Attachment 4.8(b)(3): Cooperative Agreements with Private Non-profit Organizations
Attachment 4.8(b)(4): Arrangements and Cooperative Agreements for the Provision of Supported Employment Services
Attachment 6.3: Quality, Scope, and Extent of Supported Employment Services