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

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. 

Read Shared Solutions

 

As an employment specialist, you have a responsibility to help job seekers acquire the requisite skills to perform on the job and gradually eliminate the need for your presence on the job site. The training techniques to meet this challenge are broader than we can adequately address here, so we encourage you to enhance your... Read more »

Employment specialists are always looking to improve their ability to help job seekers. When it comes to the Discovery process, we offer three tools you’ll want to know how to use. Situational Assessments, Work Experiences, and Informational Interviews are three components of Discovery. With these three, the job seeker can engage, observe, and question places,... Read more »