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Use of Extended Employment Services by VR Consumers. Dr. David Dean, University of Richmond Presentation to the Employment Services Organizations Advisory Committee Richmond, Virginia, February 8, 2011. Background.

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use of extended employment services by vr consumers

Use of Extended Employment Services by VR Consumers

Dr. David Dean, University of Richmond

Presentation to the Employment Services Organizations Advisory Committee

Richmond, Virginia, February 8, 2011

background
Background
  • Earlier analysis of supported employment (SE) focused on VR applicant cohort in SFY 2000
  • Reported on use of supported employment and job coach training services (JCTS) by VR consumers who applied in 2000
  • Examined VR service costs and employment outcomes (both pre- and post-closure) for those who received SE &/or JCTS
background cont
Background (cont.)
  • Recently accessed DRS data on Extended Employment Services (EES) and Long-Term Employment Support Services (LTESS) for the SFY 2000 applicant cohort
  • Currently examining just LTESS/EES data, before combining with VR services data for “big-picture” return-on-investment study
current analysis
Current Analysis
  • Includes VR applicants in SFY 2000 who subsequently received EES/LTESS for the first time through April 2010
  • Participants could receive long-term follow-along (LTESS) and/or extended employment services (EES)
  • 596 individuals received only follow-along, 207 received only EES, 37 received both at some point through April 2010
next steps in refining roi framework
Next Steps in Refining ROI Framework
  • More comprehensive look at service costs:
    • VR service costs for ALL episodes of VR services (both in-house and purchased),
    • EES/LTESS service costs, and
    • “Similar benefits” provided by others
  • Additional data on employment outcomes
  • Examining subgroups of recipients with specific types of impairments
  • Will get input from ESOAC as work progresses
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