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1 Data are based on closed case reports submitted by State vocational rehabilitation agencies to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and may vary slightly from data available in the States.

21 dic tes a figure estimated from a 20 percent sample of persons rehabilitated during the 1945 fiscal year; therefore, due to errors of random sampling, the figure may vary somewhat frm the actu il number.

3 Indicates a figure estimated from a 50 percent sample of persons rehabilitated during the 1946 fiscal year; therefore, due to errors of random sampling, the figure may vary from the act: al nu nber. Total partially estimated.

4 Did not participate in this fiscal year.

Currently, State and Federal expenditures for vocational rehabilitation represent today a very substantial outlay with a minimum of clinical and related information upon which to plan their further course. Accordingly, implementation of research studies can serve the interest of economical application of future tax funds.

The experience of this agency and its affiliates supplies reason to hope for the continuation of the present location of the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation rather than its reconstitution as a new and independent agency. The provisions of H. R. 5370 embody implementation which a number of technical workers in our field, many of whom are members of the National Rehabilitation Association, have urged as appropriate lines of development of the current program.

The National Tuberculosis Association through its Division of Rehabilitation Services and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation have agreed upon the following basic principles of cooperation requisite to a united approach to the development of maximum vocational rehabilitation opportunities for persons with a history of tuberculosis.

REHABILITATION SERVICES

Under the provisions of Public Law 113, the following rehabilitation services are made available for the purpose of rendering persons with a history of tuberculosis fit for remunerative employment or more advantageously employable :

1. Medical, psychiatric, and psychological examinations. 2. Vocational counseling and guidance. 3. Hospitalization, medical, surgical, psychiatric, and prosthetic services. 4. Physical, occupational, and work therapy services. 5. Prevocational and vocational training.

6. Maintenance and transportation during training, occupational licenses, tools, and equipment.

7. Placement, follow-up, and job adjustment after employment.
8. Employer consultation-adjustment of disabled and injured employees.

CONSULTANT SERVICES

The Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association agrees to serve in an advisory and consultant capacity to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation on problems, projects, and activities undertaken for the vocational rehabilitation of the tuberculous.

RESEARCH AND INFORMATIONAL SERVICES

(a) The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association will undertake jointly, from time to time, such studies and projects as might contribute to the vocational rehabilitation of the tuberculous.

(b) The Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation will undertake jointly the preparation and distribution of literature and information on the rehabilitation of the tuberculous.

STATE RELATIONS

(a) The Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association will encourage its State and local affiliates to establish working relationships with the State rehabilitation agencies.

(b) The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation will encourage the State rehabilitation agencies to establish working relationships with State and local affiliates of the National Tuberculosis Association.

(c) The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, in making contact with State and local affiliates of the National Tuberculosis Association, will arrange clearance of plans with and submit a report of results of such contacts to the Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association.

(d) The Division of Rehabilitation Services of the National Tuberculosis Association in making contact with State rehabilitation agencies will arrange · clearance of plans with and submit a report of results of such contact to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.

PLACEMENTS IN EMPLOYMENT BY STATE DIVISIONS OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

OF PERSONS WITH A STORY OF TUBERCULOSIS-FISCAL YEARS 1934–35 THROUGH 1947–48

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3 Indicates a figure estimated from a 50 percent sample of persons rehabilitated during the 1946 fiscal year; therefore, due to errors of random sampling, the figure may vary from the
act: al nu nber. Total partially estimated.

• Did not participate in this fiscal year.

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