Vocational Rehabilitation

Clinical Services

Vocational Rehabilitation clinical services to adults and adolescents include:

  • Vocational counseling to identify and explore viable vocational alternatives
  • Assessment of interests, abilities, skills, achievements and personality style
  • Modification of patients’ attitudes, feelings or behavior patterns that may interfere with achieving their goals
  • Labor market and wage information research
  • Resume development
  • Job seeking skills development
  • Job interviewing skills development
  • Work adjustment counseling to address work habits, work attitudes and behaviors, self control, tolerance, self esteem
  • Job accommodations/job modifications: to eliminate barriers to job performance
  • Patient education regarding current legislations education related to employment issues (ADA, SSDI, SSI)
  • Community resource development
  • Placement in a ‘simulated work experience’ in collaboration with occupational therapy

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This page last updated on 07/26/2017

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