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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 45. Department For The Blind And Vision Impaired

Chapter 51.
Regulations Governing Provision of Services in Vocational Rehabilitation
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Section 10
Section 20
Protection, use, and release of personal information (34 CFR 361.38)
Section 30
Processing referrals and application
Section 40
Eligibility for vocational rehabilitation services
Section 50
Comprehensive assessment of qualifications for individualized plans of employment
Section 60
Order of selection for services
Section 70
Scope of vocational rehabilitation services for individuals who are blind or vision impaired
Section 80
Development of the individualized plan for employment
Section 90
Provision of services for individuals who are blind or visually impaired
Section 100
Participation of individuals in the cost of services based on financial need
Section 110
Participation of individuals in use of comparable services and benefits
Section 120
Periodic review of ineligibility determinations
Section 130
Periodic review of extended employment
Section 140
Review of determinations made by DBVI
FORMS (22VAC45-51)

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