FAQ About Jobs For People With Disabilities
If I take a job with MVW Services at the
Transportation is provided for a $3.00 round trip fee. You will be picked up at your home and dropped off at your home at the end of your shift.
Do I have to have a developmental disability to qualify for the jobs with MVW Services at the
No. At least 75% of the hours worked on the MAFB and
Your pay rate will be based on the wage paid by the position and your productivity rating. If you work at 100% productivity, you will receive the full pay rate. If you work at 80% productivity in a position that pays $10.20 per hour, you will receive $10.20 x 80% = $8.16 per hour. If you work at 30% productivity in a position that pays $8.42 per hour, you will be paid $8.42 x 30% = $2.53 per hour.
Rates for MAFB and
What does being paid on actual 'productivity' mean?
You will be paid based on how fast you work and how your work quality compares to a person without a disability. Periodically your productivity percentage (quantity of work completed by you divided by a standard quantity of work) will be revised. Your pay rate will be your productivity percentage multiplied by the hourly rate established for the job.
What type of support will I have on my job?
If you qualify for a vocational training program, you will have the supervision and assistance of a Job Coach. The amount of time the Job Coach is available to you depends upon your needs.
Can I still get Job Coach support if I want to work somewhere else?
Yes. If you are eligible for a vocational program, job coach services are the same whether you work for MVW Services or another employer. In addition, we can provide assistance with finding a job. More information.
What is Recipient Liability?
Recipient Liability is the amount that you must pay towards the cost of your medical services if you are on Medical Assistance. If you are enrolled in a residential or vocational training program (except Vocational Rehabilitation or Mental Health), you will be required to either pay the entire cost of the program or apply for Medical Assistance. When you receive Medical Assistance, the county computes a dollar amount that you must pay each month (similar to an insurance deductible) towards the cost of "medical" services, which includes training/support costs.
The recipient liability system has been developed, implemented, and maintained through a cooperative effort between the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, a division of the US Department of Health & Human Services, the North Dakota Department of Human Services, and
What is Workers with Disabilties Coverage (WWD)?
For more detailed information on Workers with Disabilities coverage (WWD) contact your local County Social Service Office
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