(1) If you have a documented history of violent or predatory behavior that reasonably leads a DVR counselor to believe you may be a threat to yourself or others, you must participate in VR services necessary to determine the level of risk.
(2) If a VR counselor determines, based on an assessment conducted by a qualified professional, that your employment may pose a threat to the safety of you or others because you meet the conditions outlined in WAC 388-891-0110
, the employment outcome and employment setting you choose must be evaluated for risk by an appropriate qualified professional.
(3) If a VR counselor becomes aware of a condition or circumstance after you have developed an IPE that may affect your ability to achieve an employment outcome, the VR counselor may conduct necessary assessment services to determine whether you are capable of achieving the employment outcome identified on your IPE.
(4) If you decline to authorize the release of information to DVR or participate in VR services necessary to collect pertinent information which prevents the development of an appropriate IPE, the VR counselor may close your case service record.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.29.020
, 74.08.090, August 1998 amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 34 C.F.R. Parts 361 and 363, chapters 74.29
RCW, RCW 43.43.832
, 4.24.550, 71.09.340, 9A.44.130, and chapter 26.44
RCW. WSR 03-02-014, § 388-891-1110, filed 12/20/02, effective 2/3/03.]