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Wisconsin Rehabilitation Council (WRC) Administrative Law Judges Discussion

03/07/2023 01:00 PM - 03 /07/2023 02:30 PM

WebEx Meeting, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Kaylyn Schoone


WebEx Meeting:


To join by phone only, call 855-282-6330;     access code 2592 934 7332


A Statement of Mission

The Wisconsin Rehabilitation Council, working on behalf of Wisconsin residents with disabilities, will review, analyze, and advise the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) regarding the performance of its responsibilities in providing quality services to persons with disabilities.

Meeting Agenda

  • Discuss information DVR obtained from DOA regarding the ALJ's assigned to VR hearing and assignment process
  • Discuss current methods that DVR uses to ensure that the training content provided to ALJ's is appropriate and relevant.
  • Identify if there are any concerns with the MOU between DOA and DVR which may create any barriers to "joint identification".
  • Discuss DVR's ideas on how the council could meet their obligation to have all hearing before impartial hearing officers that have been jointly identify with the rehabilitation council.


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