Employment services for persons who are deaf and hard of hearing shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(a) Complete communication services for all preparatory, job placement, and followup activities. The communication services shall include interpreter services by a professional interpreter for persons who are deaf and hard of hearing possessing the comprehensive skills certification of the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf or the equivalent, telecommunications, and, when necessary, training in communication skills.
(b) Advocacy to assure that persons who are deaf and hard of hearing receive equal access to public and private employment services.
(c) Job development and job placement.
(d) Employment counseling, including peer counseling by persons who are deaf and hard of hearing.
(e) Followup counseling and problemsolving after placement.