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There are other services that have been developed that are not a part of the DVR Statewide Service Agreement and a formal service agreement is not required to deliver the service. Other Services may have established fees, rates, reports, procedures, and service descriptions developed by DVR.
Some require a different agreement or require expertise in a specific area. Providers of Other services agree to provide the service based on the description of the service, the published information about the services and the purchase order issued to the provider.
The Rehabilitation Services Administration requires DVR to collect wage verification and start date documentation from consumers and/or employers. DVR asks as a part of the delivery of services, service providers assist in getting that documentation.
Before receiving a payment for retention or transition to long term support DVR Service Providers are required to provide the start date of employment and the hourly wage rate documentation to DVR as part of service delivery in the following services:
If a service provider is collecting documentation, they are expected to have the consumer's permission. The provider may use their own form if it contains all required information. DVR also created a Sample Wage Verification Form that can be used to record wage documentation.
Wage Documentation Sample Form: https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/dvr/service-providers/pdf/sample-wage-doc
DVR service providers may get the wage documentation from consumers or employers. Documentation of the hourly wage and start date does not have to be on a single document (e.g., a pay stub showing hourly wage and a letter from the employer with start date is acceptable).
The following are acceptable forms of wage and start date verification: wage stubs, offer letter, or employer documentation containing:
If the information is emailed, the message must contain information indicating the email is directly from the employer (e.g., signature line that includes employer name and title).
Questions about wage documentation should be directed to the DVR case facilitator.
DWD Contact Information
201 E. Washington Ave
P.O. Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707