Vocational Rehabilitation Providers’ Resources

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Find resources for contractors and providers who provide services for TWC’s programs to assist Texans with disabilities.

 

 

 

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS;

The following changes to standards for providers will be effective for all providers on July 12, 2017:

  1. Job stability time frame for Supported Employment (SE) services changed from 60 days to 90 days.
  2. Content updated as it relates to new and revised SE forms.
  3. Existing SE forms (and related instructions) have been revised to:
    • remove duplication;
    • be more concise;
    • ensure consistent collection of information; and
    • require individualization for each customer.
  4. Added new SE time sheet document and requirement to document hours worked.

The new and revised SE forms will be published on July 12, 2017. Questions about the content of the standards for provider manual and related forms can be emailed to vr.standards@twc.state.tx.us.

Rehabilitation Services Standards for Providers Manual

Rehabilitation Services Standards for Providers help ensure that TWC consumers receive quality services to assist them in achieving a successful outcome to their vocational rehabilitation. The Standards also help ensure that taxpayer funds are spent wisely and each purchase paid for with public funds represents full value to the taxpayer. Each contractor is responsible for maintaining compliance with the most recently published standards.

Blind Services Standards Manual for Consumer Services Contract Providers

The procurement standards ensure that we maintain full compliance with applicable federal, state and departmental purchasing requirements throughout the procurement process.  Contract service providers receive accurate information about their obligation to meet all applicable standards of conduct and TWC performance expectations for each purchase.  Consumers receive quality services to assist them in achieving their vocational rehabilitation or independent living goals.  Taxpayer funds are spent wisely and each purchase paid for with public funds represents full value to the taxpayer.

 

Blind Services Assistive Technology Trainer Guidelines & Procedures Manual

The required curriculum for assistive technology trainers who provide training to prepare a Blind Services consumer to effectively use assistive technology in employment or in educational settings after high school.

Forms for Providers

Forms that contractors and service providers may be required to use when working with Texas Workforce Solutions - Vocational Rehabilitation Services.