Employment Services: Information for Providers

Information for Indiana's Community Employment Providers

Documentation, Forms, Guidance

Indiana's employment specialists and other community employment provider personnel work with Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation on implementation of the state's Employment Services Model for job seekers who have disabilities. The tools and forms listed below are for their reference and use.

Find additional forms, documentation, and the VR Employment Services Manual on the Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation website

You'll also find links to past webinars, workshops, and trainings on our Past Training and Materials page

Coaches on Call: Technical Assistance for Providers

The Employment Technical Assistance Team at the Center on Community Living and Careers provides customized support to community employment providers. For more information on rates and the types of support we can offer, see our Employment Training and Consultation flyer* or email us at EmployTA@iu.edu.

*Text version of Employment Training and Consultation flyer here.

Shared Solutions: The Blog for Indiana Employment Specialists

Employment specialists, Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation counselors, and other employment professionals need resources and tools to help them implement the Indiana Employment Services Model. Shared Solutions is a resource blog from the Employment Technical Assistance Team at the Center on Community Living and Careers. Each post features information about a particular aspect of community employment, planning charts, videos, promising practices, and more. 

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This month, we are highlighting the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) at Indiana’s WorkOne Centers. This national program is designed to build community engagement and service, as well as help seniors with employment. Low-income Indiana residents (those whose family income is no more than 125% of the federal poverty level) or unemployed individuals who... Read more »

In this month’s post, we are highlighting two programs at Indiana’s WorkOne centers: Indiana Adult Education and English Language Learners (ELL).  Both programs are designed to improve basic educational skills and soft skills to make participants more employable in today’s market. In 2020, the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, estimated that 65 percent... Read more »

For the next several months, we’re going to share information with you on resources provided by WorkOne. Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and its WorkOne Centers are spread throughout the state to assist job seekers, youth, and employers. In 1933, Congress created the federal workforce system to connect job seekers and employers; provide unemployment... Read more »