Rehabilitation Administrator Training

Report
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WHAT IS PROMISE
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Joint initiative of the U.S. Department of
Education, the U.S. Social Security
Administration, the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, and the U.S.
Department of Labor
WHO IS SERVED
Model demonstration project that serves
14-16 year old SSI recipients and their
families
• Significant Disability
• Limited Resources
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• Limited Income
CaPROMISE ENROLLMENT
• At least 3,078 child SSI recipients and
their families
• Randomly assigned
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• ½ Participant Group
• ½ Control Group
CHALLENGES addressed by
CaPROMISE
• Low expectations about working and selfsufficiency
• Lack of access to effective employment
services
• Gaps in school-based services
• Concerns about health and social services
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• Lack of knowledge of work incentives and
how “paid work” affects benefits
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California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) – lead
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California Department of Education (CDE)
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California Department of Developmental Services (DDS)
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California Department of Healthcare Services (DHS)
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California Department of Social Services (DSS)
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California Employment Development Department (EDD)
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Local Education Agencies (LEA) and TransAccess
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San Diego State University’s Interwork Institute
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PARTNERS FOR CaPROMISE
LEA PARTNERS
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Oakland USD
Vallejo City USD
Solano COE
West Contra Costa USD
Desert Mountain SELPA
Riverside COE
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San Bernardino City USD
West End SELPA
Los Angeles USD
Centinela Valley UHSD
Compton USD
Long Beach USD
Elk Grove USD
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Whittier UHSD
Irvine USD
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San Diego USD
Lodi USD
East Side UHSD
Consortium
o Santa Clara USD
o Milpitas USD
o Santa Clara COE
o TransAccess
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PURPOSE OF THE REGIONAL
MANAGERS
• Promote Fidelity of Implementation
• Provide Technical Assistance & Guidance
• Coordinate Regional Trainings
• Develop Regional Trainings
• Assist in Regional-level Recruitment Efforts
• Meet Regularly with State-wide Directors
REGIONAL MANAGER ROLE
• Encourage
• Assist
• Brainstorm
• Pester
• Cheerlead
• Consistency
SERVICES and SUPPORTS with
PARTICIPANTS
Case management
Coordinated services
Transition planning
Financial / Benefits planning
Career and Work-based learning
experiences
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Parent training and information
ADDITIONAL SERVICES AND
SUPPORTS
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Youth Development Activities
Extended and experiential learning
Opportunities
Activities to engage employers
Health, Behavioral Management and Wellness
Services
Independent Living Activities
Training in the Use of Technology and
Assistive Technology Services and Devices
TECHNOLOGY
IDEAS TO EXPLORE…& CONSIDER
UTILIZING:
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QR Codes
Video Resumes linked to QR
Codes, linked to
You tube
Social Media (Twitter,
Pinterest, Facebook,
Brainshark and Flipboard)
Technology in the
Workplace (TiW) Apps
Business Cards with QR
Codes
Work Related Apps : calendaring, alarms,
fitness, transportation, social skills,
interviewing skills, etc.
TOUCH SCREEN TECHNOLOGY
VIDCOACH
PARTNERS: TIWAHE TECHNOLOGY, CAREER LINK,
WALGREENS, TRADER JOES, CHILIES, LUCILLE'S, HYATT,
ATRIA, BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF OC
Watch Model
– Answer quizzes
Practice
– Respond to
prompts
Watch Self
– Save recordings
– Rate performance
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WELLCONNECT:
SUPPORTING
MENTAL HEALTH
FOR EMERGING
YOUNG ADULTS
USING SMARTPHONES TO IMPROVE
SELF-CARE:
INITIAL PROTOTYPE
Appointment reminders
Medication log and
reminders
Mood self-monitoring
Depression survey
Motivational messages
Points for using app
MOODS
FOR THE FUTURE
Partnership with the CaPROMISE
Track job relevant placement &
retention data
Expand TiW programming to
participants with a variety of
disabilities
Continue to design apps to support
workplace success
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SDSU’S
INTERWORK INSTITUTE
• Implement the CaPROMISE research and
evaluation and insure linkages to the National
Evaluator and other PROMISE grantees
• Create and manage the web-based case
management system for all participants
• Coordinate and provide staff training and family
resource services
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Financial/Benefits Planning
Research Ethics and Data Gathering
Training for staff
Linkages and support with family resource centers
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• Provide technical assistance with individual LEAs
CAPROMISE RESEARCH AND
EVALUATION EFFORTS
Formative (development of baseline information):
• research driven interventions
• innovative service delivery approaches
• interagency commitments
• staff development and technical assistance
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• outreach and recruitment
CAPROMISE RESEARCH AND
EVALUATION EFFORTS (CONT.)
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working relationships with State partners
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Outreach and recruitment efforts
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innovative approaches for students/families
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Improved school attendance
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Increased work experiences,
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family support and services and provision of
services with local partners
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Progress (increases and improvements):
CAPROMISE RESEARCH AND
EVALUATION EFFORTS (CONT.)
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educational attainment
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Academic credentials
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improved employment
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increased gross income
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reduced public benefits including short and long
term SSI
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Outcomes (increases):
WHAT WE LEARNED FROM THE
BRIDGES PROJECT:
THE POWER OF A COORDINATED AND PERSON
CENTERED APPROACH FOR PROVIDING
SUPPORTS AND SERVICES LEADING TO SELF
SUFFICIENCY INVOLVING THE YOUTH, FAMILY,
TRAINING, PARTICIPATION, AND SUPPORTS
Braided Funds and Services
Transition Services & Planning
Customized Employment
Universal Design for the Workforce
Development System
Collaboration and Partnerships
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CA Bridges to Youth Self-Sufficiency
Employment Data
2003-2008
Total Participants = 416
Employment Across All Participants
N=214
 Paid Work 51%
 Average Hours Worked/Week 20.7
 Average Hourly Wage $8.22
 Subsidized Wages 18%
 Range of hourly wages $1.23-$25
 Range of hours/wk
2- 50 hours
hrs
Employment Out of School Participants
N=139
 Paid Work 62%
 Average Hours Worked/Week 23 hrs
 Average Hourly Wage $8.29
 Subsidized Wages 13%
 Range of Hourly Wages $ 1.23- $17.72
 Range of hours/wk 3-40 hours
Allen, Shea & Associates
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Questions ?
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Sylvia Hoggatt - PROMISE Project Manager, Department of Rehabilitation
[email protected]
Mari Guillermo– PROMISE Project Coordinator, SDSU-II
[email protected]
Richard Rosenberg – PROMISE Regional Manager, Whittier Union High
School District
[email protected]
Linda O’Neal – PROMISE Regional Manager, Irvine Unified School District
[email protected]
Lynn Smith – PROMISE Regional Manager, Riverside COE
[email protected]
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Joyce Montgomery – PROMISE Regional Manager, Vallejo City USD
[email protected]

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