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PUBLIC LAW 99-506—OCT. 21, 1986
100 STAT. 1815
(g) PuBuc MEETINGS; TRANSITION.—Section 101(a) of the Act is amended— (1) in paragraph (21) by striking out "and" after "organizations;"; (2) in paragraph (22) by striking out the period and inserting in lieu thereof a semicolon; and (3) by inserting at the end thereof the following new paragraphs: "(23XA) provide satisfactory assurances that in the formulation of policies governing the provision of the rehabilitation services consistent with the State plan, and any revisions, that the State agency conducts public meetings throughout the State, after appropriate and sufficient notice, to allow interested groups and organizations and all segments of the public an opportunity to comment on the State plan, and (B) include a summary of such comments and the State agency's response to such comments; "(24) contain the plans, policies, and methods to be followed to assist in the transition from education to employment related activities.", (h) SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES.—Section 101(a) of the Act (as amended by subsection (g))— (1) by striking out the period at the end of clause (24) and inserting in lieu thereof a semicolon and the word "and"; and (2) by adding at the end thereof the following new clause: "(25) provide satisfactory assurances that the State has an acceptable plan for part C of title VL".
29 USC 721.
Post, p. 1834.
SEC. 203. INDIVIDUALIZED REHABILITATION PROGRAM. (a) INDIVIDUAUZED WRITTEN REHABILITATION PROGRAM.—Section
102(b) of the Act is amended to read as follows: 29 USC 722. "(b)(l) Each individualized written rehabilitation program shall— "(A) be developed on the basis of a determination of employability designed to achieve the vocational objective of the individual; "(B) include a statement of the long-range rehabilitation goals based on an assessment determined through an evaluation of rehabilitation potential for the individual; "(C) include a statement of the intermediate rehabilitation objectives related to the attainment of such goals based on an assessment determined through an evaluation of rehabilitation potential; "(D) where appropriate, include a statement of the specific rehabilitation engineering services to be provided to assist in the implementation of intermediate objectives and long-range rehabilitation goals for the individual; "(E) include an assessment of the expected need for postemployment services; "(F) include a statement of the specific vocational rehabilitation services to be provided and the projected dates for the initiation and the anticipated duration of each such service; "(G) include objective criteria and an evaluation procedure and schedule for determining whether such goals and objectives are being achieved; "(H) provide for a reassessment of the need for post-employment services prior to case closure and, where appropriate, for severely handicapped individuals, the development of a state-