Vocational rehabilitation services shall be provided to any disabled individual who is present in the state at the time of filing his application therefor, if the director after full investigation shall determine that his rehabilitation can be satisfactorily achieved. Such services shall also be provided to any person who is eligible therefor under the terms of an agreement with another state or with the federal government.
Except as otherwise provided by law or as specified in an agreement with the federal government with respect to classes of individuals certified to the state board thereunder, the following rehabilitation services shall be provided at public cost only to disabled individuals found to require financial assistance with respect thereto:
(1) Physical restoration.
(2) Transportation, for any other purpose than that of determining the eligibility of the individual for vocational rehabilitation services and the nature and extent of the services necessary.
(3) Occupational licenses.
(4) Occupational tools, equipment, initial stocks and supplies, books and training material; the title to any or all of which may be conveyed to the individual.
The rights of a disabled individual under the provisions of this article shall not be transferable or assignable at law or in equity.