Assessment of Vocational Rehabilitation Service Needs

Assessment of Vocational Rehabilitation Service Needs

Every three years, the OOD Division of Employer and Innovation Services assesses the Vocational Rehabilitation service needs of individuals related to five primary disability categories: Blindness and Low Vision, Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Communicative, Physical Disabilities, Psychosocial Disabilities, and Cognitive Disabilities.

The 2021 Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment is now available on the OOD website. Web-based interactive maps emphasize OOD’s ability to serve prospective job seekers with disabilities and how balanced OOD was in serving individuals across all disability categories. A series of recommendations will be incorporated into strategic planning to address gaps in service and build on successes.

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