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Vocational Rehabilitation Hearings


Pro-se Customer Guide to Voc Rehab Fair Hearings PowerPoint

updated forms 1-13-14

  • Request Vocational Rehabilition Learning now includes a certification that the opposing party has been concurrently served with a copy of the request.

Hearings shall be conducted by the office of legislation and hearings in accordance with Ed 1004.05. The written request for a hearing shall be made within 30 days after the division notifies the individual of its determination or completion of an alternative dispute resolution procedure.

The written request to the division required to initiate the hearing process shall include:

  • The full name and address of the individual; and
  • A description of why the individual is not satisfied with the determination or with the outcome of the mediation procedure, as applicable.

When providing a written request for a hearing is a burden to the individual because of the individual's disability, the division shall accept a request in the appropriate mode of communication that is consistent with the informed choice of, and used by, the individual in order to promote the fair, accurate, and efficient resolution of issues.

Please send all written requests for Hearings to: Office of Legislation and Hearings, 101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301.

Third Party Discussion Led by Moderator
For more than 20 years the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) has actively promoted Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as a timely, cost-effective and confidential method of helping people to resolve disputes before going to an administrative hearing. The result of conversations with a variety of stakeholders during the past year, is the creation of the Informal Third Party Discussion Led by Moderator.

Stephen Berwick
Paralegal
(603) 271-2299
Stephen.Berwick@doe.nh.gov

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New Hampshire Department of Education
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