#2. Review your eligible (18-54) patients School Status.Are all CROWNWeb records up to date with a date after 2/1/2019?
#3.Review Utilization. Are your patients correctly listed? If they are marked as utilized, is there a referral date? (Even if they self referred) Remember: There are services for students with ESRD- AT ANY AGE.
#4.Check in with your contacts (VR/EN/ILC) Are there any ways you can partner?
#5. Complete first draft of VR Sustainability Plan (template)
#6. Submit Monthly Status Report Online by 8/31/2019
Are any of your patients taking classes? (
Hint: They can enroll formally via ACCESS-VR, or an Employment Network, OR they could self refer, or even sign up for free classes. - All of those scenarios count as vocational rehabilitation)
"Dialysis to Degree"
Share the Scholarships and Grant opportunities listed with the
ESRD NCC for your patients. There are some inspiring stories, and guides to the application Process. There are on-line self study writing courses that are FREE to all users:
Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) has information to help you write the best scholarship application possible.
There are resources for patients who want to take classes, REMEMBER: People living with ESRD are eligible for disability services in education. All accredited schools have a Disability Services department. (Example
SUNY Disability Services) Make sure your patients are
utilizing all resources available to them.
August QIA Requirements:
August Worksheet: Please review the August MSR worksheet (
PDF) to see how you are being asked to report on this month's activities.
Review your eligible (18-54) patients Education/School Status. Can you Identify at least 3 resources for your patients to advance their careers/Take Classes? (
Hint, three are listed in the e-mail) Is everyone being captured correctly in CROWNWeb? Are the students utilizing any services? (Online education could be considered a disability accommodation)
Complete a first draft of your facility's QIA Topic Sustainability Plan (