(1) Individual employment supports are habilitation services and staff supports needed by a person to acquire integrated employment or career advancement in the general workforce. Individual employment support is delivered in a competitive, customized, or self-employment setting. The outcome of this service is paid employment in a competitive, customized, or self-employment setting within the general workforce that meets the person's personal and career goals, as documented in the plan of care.
(2) Individual employment supports may include:
(a) person-centered employment planning;
(b) job development;
(c) negotiation with prospective employers;
(d) creating a job description based on a task derived from a single traditional job (job carving);
(e) job placement;
(f) support for career advancement opportunities;
(g) job analysis;
(h) training, support, coordination, and communication in related skills needed to obtain or retain employment;
(i) job coaching;
(j) job loss support; and
(k) benefit planning support.
(3) Individual employment supports may be provided in conjunction with other employment services.