Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation

                                                               

Scope of Practice (CVRP website)

Vocational Rehabilitation assists individuals to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining or returning to employment or other useful vocational relationships. It is an evidence-based, client-centred process and specialized service which provides assistance to persons with or at risk of experiencing functional, psychological, developmental, cognitive, and emotional impairments or health conditions. Vocational Rehabilitation professionals access a unique set of knowledge domains, experiences, skills, interventions and strategies when completing the following Scope activities:

  • Vocational Assessment and Evaluation
  • Vocational Rehabilitation, Career and Adjustment Counselling in individual and group settings focused on facilitating adjustments to the medical and psycho-social impacts of disability
  • Rights-based Negotiation / Mediation
  • Goal Setting
  • The provision of interventions to remove individual, organizational and systemic obstacles to working
  • Stay at Work / Return to Work Plan Development, Implementation, Monitoring, Adjustment and Closure
  • Proactive Rights-based Return to Work and Re-employment Interventions and Agreements
  • Transferable Skills Analysis
  • Labour Market Survey and Occupational Re-training Research
  • Work Adjustment
  • Job Search, Placement and Development
  • Job Analysis and Employment Accommodations
  • Case Management/ Rehabilitation Services Co-ordination
  • Disability Management
  • Program Evaluation and Research
  • Professional and Business Practice Ethics, Compliance and Reporting.

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