RESOURCES FOR SRCs

 

 

On this page:

 

CLICK HERE for WIOA RESOURCES (as discussed in April 2015)

'ABOUT THE NCSRC' RESOURCES

SATURDAY/SUNDAY LEADERSHIP / TRAINING SESSION OUTCOMES  

     (Bethesda April 2016 available)

NATIONAL OUTCOMES

LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY FOR SRCs

ANNUAL REPORTS - FY 2016 Annual Reports

RSA RESOURCES

OTHER             

                                                      

To have your SRC resources uploaded to this page, please e-mail them to the WEBMASTER with a description of the documents and the categories you would like them listed under.  Responses to requests will be sent within 48 hours of receipt with postings to site soon to follow.

 

 


 

 

 

 

WIOA RESOURCES

 

 

 

 

 

'ABOUT THE NCSRC' RESOURCES

 

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SATURDAY / SUNDAY SESSION OUTCOMES

 
As of July 2013, the following topics have been presented for SRC education purposes by the NCSRC Design Team.
 
 
1 – State Plan
 
2 – Obtaining Customer Input
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3 – Successes & Challenges of SRCs
 
4 – Committee Management
 
5 – Educating Congress (Phoenix - Fall 2009)
 
6 – Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment
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7 – RSA 107 Monitoring Process
 
8 – Leading to Successful Outcomes
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9 – Resourcing the SRC Strategic Plan (San Diego - Fall 2010)
 
10 – SRC Trivial Pursuit + ICI Presentation (Bethesda - Spring 2012)

 

11 – San Diego - Fall 2012

 

12 – Bethesda - Spring 2013
 
Saturday Leadership Training 4-20-13

 

 Sunday Training Session 4-21-13

 
 
13 – Denver - Fall 2013
 
Saturday Leadership Training 11-9-13

 

Sunday Training Session 11-10-13

 
14 – Bethesda - Spring 2014
 
Saturday Leadership Training 4-5-14

Sunday Training Session 4-6-14

 
15 – Miami - Fall 2014
 
Saturday November 8, 2014:
  • Notes
  • Taking Action Activity:

1 - CSNA

2 - Customer Input

3 - Media / Website

4 - Obtaining DSU Data

5 - Recruit/Retain Members

6 - Resource Plan / Budget

7 - State Plan

8 - VR Policy

Sunday November 9, 2014:

 
 
 
16 – Bethesda - Spring 2015

SATURDAY SESSION (April 18, 2015):

SUNDAY SESSION (April 19, 2015):

 
17 – Seattle - Fall 2015

SATURDAY SESSION (October 31, 2015):

SUNDAY SESSION (November 1, 2015):

 

18 – Bethesda - Spring 2016

SATURDAY SESSION (April 16, 2016):

SUNDAY SESSION (April 17, 2016):

 
 
 
GUEST SPEAKERS:
 
  • Charlene Dwyer (Former Wisconsin VR State Director): ‘Making Work Pay’ - Wisconsin based model for work incentive reforms
  • Janet LaBreck (RSA Commissioner)
  • Sue Rankin-White (former RSA Staff)
  • Lynnae Ruttledge (Former RSA Commissioner)
  • Charles Sadler (former RSA Staff)
  • Bobby Silverstein (Director, Center for the Study and Advancement of Disability Policy (CSADP))
  • Beverlee Stafford (Former Executive Director, NRA)
  • RespectAbility USA
  • Steven A. Wooderson (CEO, CSAVR)

 

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NATIONAL OUTCOMES

 
The following events/activities/publications represent NCSRC involvement at the National level.
 

1 – Public Testimony - Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) Listening Sessions February 2010

 

2 – Article Published - American Rehabilitation Publication - Special Edition July 2010

 

3 – Primary Study Group Participation and Publication - 36th Annual Institute of Rehabilitation Issues (IRI)

“The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) - State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) Partnership: Working Together Works”

 

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LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY FOR SRCs

 

 

ANNUAL REPORTS - FY 2016:

 

FY 2015:

 

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REHABILITATION SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (RSA) RESOURCES

 

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OTHER

 

Employers Guide to Hiring People with Disabilities
(From: U.S. Department of Labor/Office of Disability Employment Policy www.dol.gov/odep)

 

 

The Summit Group:  Program Evaluation and Quality Assurance in Vocational Rehabilitation

The Summit Group is a community of practice committed to the professional education and training of Vocational Rehabilitation Program Evaluators and to the improvement of performance management within state vocational rehabilitation agencies. Focus on these objectives is a means to (1) assuring quality service delivery to people with disabilities, (2) preserving quality programs within the vocational rehabilitation system, (3) encouraging innovation and change in both service delivery and program offerings.

 

Technology Solutions (web-based project collaboration tools)

 

 

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