Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 2.djvu/146

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104 STAT. 1126 PUBLIC LAW 101-476—OCT. 30, 1990 "(i) target resources to school settings, such as providing access to rehabilitation counselors for students with disabilities who are in school settings; "(ii) target a substantial amount of grant funds, received under this subsection, to case management, program evaluation and documentation of, and dissemination of information about, transition services; "(iii) provide incentives for interagency and private sector resource pooling and otherwise investing in transition services, especially in the form of cooperative agreements, particularly with PICS authorized by the JTPA and local branches of State employment agencies; "(iv) provide for early, ongoing information and training for those involved with or who could be involved with transition services—professionals, parents, youth with disabilities, including self-advocacy training for such youth, and advocates for such youth as well as PICS authorized by the JTPA and local branches of State employment agencies; "(v) provide for the early and direct involvement of all relevant parties, including PICS authorized by the JTPA and local branches of State employment agencies, in operating and planning improvements in transition services, and the early and direct involvement of all relevant parties in planning and implementing transition services for individual youth; "(vi) provide access to training for eligible youth that matches labor market needs in their communities; "(vii) integrate transition services with relevant opportunities in communities, including those sponsored by PICS authorized by the JTPA and local employment agencies; "(viii) use a transition services evaluation plan that is outcome oriented and that focuses on individual youth-focused benefits; and "(ix) ensure that, when appropriate and no later than age 22, eligible youth who participate in transition services under this program would be served as appropriate in the State section 110 and/or title VI, part C program authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.". (e) AMENDMENTS TO FORMER SUBSECTION (e). — Section 626(f), as redesignated by subsection (d) of this section, is amended— (I)(A) by inserting "(1)" after the subsection designation; and (B) by adding at the end of paragraph (1) (as so designated) the following new sentence: "Such organizations and institutions shall disseminate such materials and information as prescribed under section 610(g)."; (2) by adding after paragraph (1) (as so designated) the following new paragraph: "(2) The Secretary shall fund one or more demonstration models designed to establish appropriate methods of providing, or continuing to provide, assistive technology devices and services to secondary school students as they make the transition to vocational rehabilitation, emplo)niient, postsecondary education, or adult services. Such demonstration models shall include, as appropriate— "(A) cooperative agreements with the Rehabilitation Services Administration and/or State vocational rehabilitation agencies that ensure continuity of funding for assistive technology devices and services to such students; and