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. 

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In this December installment of Shared Solutions, we continue our spotlight on some lesser-known disabilities that present challenges for job seekers. Today we offer information on two serious genetic conditions, Williams Syndrome and Fragile X Syndrome. Each has certain characteristics you will want to know about when finding employment for participants with these syndromes. Williams... Read more »

The November and December Shared Solutions issues spotlight lesser-known disabilities that create challenges for job seekers. While the average vocational rehabilitation counselor or employment services professional may not come across a Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Williams Syndrome (WS), or Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) diagnosis often, we encourage proactive self-learning regarding each so that you can... Read more »

Employment consultants (EC) support a diverse group of individuals. What may be true for one person may not be true for another, yet despite individual differences, workplace safety remains a universal priority. While workers with disabilities are likely to face the same risks as workers without disabilities, a worker with a disability may face additional... Read more »