AIVR

(redirected from American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation)
AcronymDefinition
AIVRAccelerated Idioventricular Rhythm
AIVRAmerican Indian Vocational Rehabilitation
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Table 1 Characteristics of the Model Used in the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services Project
Table 4 contains information about those American Indians who applied for vocational rehabilitation services through the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services Project during the 13-month period ending in January 1994.
Table 4 Status of Persons Who Applied for Services Through the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services Project During a 13-Month Period(1)
2) All of the 39 successfully closed cases during the 13-month period, identified in Table 3, were associated with the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services Project; 32 of the successful cases were associated with the American Indian paraprofessional teams.
Service, resource and training needs of American Indian vocational rehabilitation projects.
A survey of the three American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Projects which existed in 1987 showed staff development and inservice training as important priorities and essential to providing services comparable to state VR agencies (White, 1987).
Administrators of the American Indian vocational rehabilitation projects may be considering expanding on the types of services presently offered.
The results of this study gives an over-view of what rehabilitation services the American Indian vocational rehabilitation projects presently address and what would enhance program development and professional growth.
Involve American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation staff, tribal officials and community/tribal members in the capacity of advocacy and advisory roles.
Steps should be taken to develop relationships between American Indian vocational rehabilitation projects and prospective employers.
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