Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) for student or youth
(1)An individualized plan for employment (IPE) for an eligible student or youth with a disability shall:
(a) Contain a description of the employment goal or may include a description of the individual’s projected post-school employment and include documentation of the educational goals and subsequent educational outcomes to be attained which are directly tied to the employment goal;
(b) The employment goal must be consistent with the general goal of competitive integrated or supported employment; and
(c) Include the specific transition services and supports needed by the student or youth for the achievement of the employment goal or projected post-school employment goal; and
(d) Be developed as early as possible and no later than 90 days after determination of eligibility.
(2) During the course of training or education, the counselor and participant shall meet at the end of each educational term (quarterly, semester, or other, as designated by the training or educational organization). During these meetings, the participant shall review and share with the counselor at a minimum:
(b) Credits successfully achieved;
(c) Progress made toward skill, certificate, or degree attainment, and if appropriate,
(d) Financial aid; and
(e) Complete or review the financial needs test.
(3) Develop an individualized plan for employment with substantial services needed by the student or youth that are not generally available to all students or youth in the local education agency; and
(a) Coordinate the IPE with the individualized education program or 504 services plans for the individual in terms of goals, objectives, and services identified in the education program; and
(b) Any pre-employment transition services a student with a disability receives shall be included in the IPE as a part of the overall plan; and
(c) Shall include any coordinated services.
Rule 582-150-0045 — Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) for student or youth,