VR Nevada offers transition services for students with disabilities
What do I want to do after I graduate high school? What are my options?
There are vocational rehabilitation counselors in Nevada who are available to provide transition assistance to students at high schools and alternative schools in Nevada. The Transition program is completely confidential and is a team effort involving school staff, Vocational Rehabilitation counselors and transition coordinators, parents, and the student.
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Funding from US Dept. of Education – For Nevada Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), Supported Employment (SE), and/or the Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind (OIB) programs. For VR: Federal VR grant paid 78.7% of costs. In FFY2019, Nevada VR received $19,623,751 in Federal VR funds. Non-Federal funds paid 21.3% of costs ($5,311,130). For SE: Federal grant paid 95% of costs. In FFY2019, Nevada VR received $69,685 in Federal SE funds. Non-Federal funds sources paid 5% ($4,003) of costs. For OIB: Federal funds paid 90% of costs. In FFY2019, Nevada received $221,143 in Federal OIB funds. Non-Federal funds paid 10% ($24,571) of costs.