PASS Plan

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John has the disability label of "Mental Impairment" and is considered "non-verbal." John's PASS will be used for employment identification through four on the job experiences and will pay for OJT employer costs, transportation, and job coaching support. The yearly cost is $706.67. This PASS is for 3 years and a total amount of $2,120.00. This PASS comes from the Denver Regional SSA Office.
PART I - YOUR GOAL

A. What is your work goal? (Show the specific job you expect to have at the end of the plan. If you are undergoing vocational evaluation to determine a feasible goal, show ""VR Evaluation."" If your goal involves a supported employment position, show the amount of job coaching you expect to need after the plan is completed compared to the amount you currently receive or will receive when you begin working.)

I will be undergoing a community-based Vocational Evaluation for the next 6 months to determine my vocational interests, aptitudes, and support needs. I will participate in 4 On the Job Training Trials at four different businesses for a period of one week each. The trials will include diverse local employment opportunities such as: a customer service position, a mechanics assistant position, and an animal tech position. During these trials my stamina, communication skills, mobility skills, and work behaviors will be assessed. These ""situational work assessments"" will evaluate and define my vocational interests. Once my vocational evaluation is completed I will revise and extend this PASS to pursue the work goal developed through the vocational evaluation.

B. Describe the duties you will be expected to perform in this job:
To be determined
C. How much do you currently earn (gross) each month in wages or self-employment income? How much do you expect to earn each month (gross) after your plan is completed?
$0/month. Once a vocational goal is determined I will revise my plan to set a target income per month.
D. If your goal involves self-employment, explain why you believe that operating your own business is more likely to result in self-support than if you worked for someone else.
My goal does not involve self-employment.

Part II - Medical/Vocational/Educational Background