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Outline from Faye Bullio - 2004

November 16, 2009
Vocational Rehabilitation and Cancer Survivors
Presented by Faye Bullio
  1. Patient-Survivor's Story:  One teen’s journey.
  2. What is Vocational Rehabilitation?
    1. Different in all 50 states.
    2. Specialized language to describe new services
      1. Work evaluation
      2. Work adjustment
      3. Reasonable accommodations in programs
      4. Employment.
    3. How does disability
      influence career development and advancement-a look at tools in rehabilitation
  3. Laws Any Parent or Survivor Should Know
    1. Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973
      1. Section 503, Section 504
    2. Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA)
    3. Individuals with
      Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
    4. Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  4. Creativity and Depth of Services from Rehabilitation
    Professions.
  5. Diversity as a Concept includes people who are differently
    labeled.
  6. Characteristics of Work Environments and Employers Open to
    Accommodating People with Disabilities-and working with Vocational
    Rehabilitation professions
  7. Consumers of Vocational Rehabilitation and other Federal
    Services.
    1. Rights to be heard
  8. Client Assistance Programs
  9. Disclosing your medical history/learning disabilities: Do I
    tell? 
  10. Special Services at Colleges

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