Applicant Intake Meeting Practice Guide

This photo is the front page of the accessible Applicant Intake Meeting Practice Guide – Smoke Signals that depicts the AIVRTTAC logo of an eagle holding 5 arrows flying through a circle next to the title of the Smoke Signals publication.

Smoke-Signals-Applicant-Intake-Meeting-Practice-Guide++.pdf (50 downloads)

The purpose of the applicant intake meeting is:
1. to introduce or clarify the purpose of the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services (AIVRS) Program for the applicant;  2. to exchange information necessary to determine eligibility and to identify the applicant’s needs and intent to achieve an employment outcome; and  3. to establish a trusting working alliance between the Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR) Counselor and applicant.

 

Referral to AIVRS Services Practice Guide

This photo is the front page of the accessible Referral to AIVRS Programs Practice Guide – Smoke Signals that depicts the AIVRTTAC logo of an eagle holding 5 arrows flying through a circle next to the title of the Smoke Signals publication.

Referral to AIVRS Programs Practice Guide (115 downloads)

The American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Training and Technical Assistance Center (AIVRTTAC) will be producing Practice Guides, designed to be resources for American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services (AIVRS) program staff. Practice Guides will be posted to the AIVRTTAC website and be available to anyone who can use the information. AIVRTTAC plans to produce Practice Guides on each of the steps and services typical of the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) process, from referral and intake to consumer employment and case closure. This Practice Guide is the first and addresses referrals to AIVRS programs.