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State Rehabilitation Council (SRC)

Posted on May 1, 2013 in Main

The SRC carries out its purpose by performing the following duties and responsibilities: Review, analyze and advise the VR agency regarding its performance of responsibilities that affect the ability of consumers to achieve employment outcomes; Develop, agree to and review State goals and priorities of the VR program; Assist VR in the preparation of the ...
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The SILCH is made up of representatives who are appointed by the Governor. SILCH is a consumer controlled organization which develops, monitors and evaluates the federally funded State Plan for Independent Living in the State of Hawaii, promotes the independent living philosophy statewide and provides support and technical assistance to the entire network of Independent ...
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The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Board (DHHAB) represents consumers and agencies serving deaf and hard of hearing people statewide. The DHHAB advises VR on service improvement to deaf and hard of hearing persons. The DHHAB advocated successfully for representatives on the State Rehabilitation Council and for the restoration of two Social Service Assistant ...
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The Ho’opono Advisory Board is made up of both blind and sighted members of our community. The board assists and advises the Services for the Blind Branch in policy making, program planning and budgeting, education and public relations. Board meetings are held four times a year and consist of fifteen members. Administrative staff of Ho’opono ...
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2012 Goals/Priorities – MS Word

State Plan for Independent Living

Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Main

State Plan for Independent Living – MS Word State Plan for Independent Livng – PDF