Get Orlando Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Vocational Expert Services offers Orlando Vocational Rehabilitation Services  for many types of individuals. This includes the disabled to those recovering from substance abuse. We take the guesswork out of vocational rehabilitation. we provide solutions to those facing career changes or abilities due to injury or medical/psychological conditions. Vocational Rehabilitation Assessments at Vocational Expert Services Vocational Rehabilitation Services provides assistance to those who have been injured on the job, disabled military veterans, or those who have not had a job for a prolonged period of time. The goal is to help these individuals gain long-term employment. Vocational Expert Services analyzes each client's "transferable" skills. Individuals' transferable skills include work history, education, training, and experience. We do this through our vocational rehabilitation assessments. Assessments for The Disabled   A vocational assessment gives decision-makers the information they need to make a determination in a disability case. Those who are disabled can get help from the state for finding a career. Part of this includes a vocational rehabilitation assessment.  Employment is one of the largest barriers to independence for individuals with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities often find themselves in underpaid jobs or unemployed, and many altogether. Many end up surviving only on disability benefits. At Vocational experts, we provide vocational rehabilitation assessments to those with disabilities. Additionally, our experts help those with disabilities search for the best career options and help them make the transition into their career.  Assessments for The Disabled Veteran Many of the clients at Vocational Expert Services are disabled military [...]

By |2019-11-18T21:05:09-05:00August 2nd, 2019|Articles|Comments Off on Get Orlando Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Get Career Counseling at Vocational Expert Services

Are you new to the workforce or looking to move into a new career? Vocational Expert Services offers career counseling for those of you who need support in navigating the workforce. We offer help in the following areas: career coaching, vocational rehabilitation, and vocational consultation to individuals, corporations, and institutions. Our services are especially beneficial if you are uncertain about how to plan your career or what type of job to choose. At Vocational Experts, many of our clients are recent college graduates from UCF, Full Sail University, and Valencia College. Aside from college graduates, our clients also include military veterans and those who are disabled.  Why You Should Get A Career Counselor  It's not unusual to find people who feel stuck or overwhelmed when planning their career. A career counselor can help you start off the right path. They are a professional who helps clients plan their careers and achieve their employment goals. Our career counselors work with you on strategies for seeking new employment. Career Counselors will be able to provide assistance with identifying and exploring career options. They also help you select from career choices, changing careers, resume and cover letter writing, focusing and targeting a job search. We help job seekers through the job search process. At Vocational Expert Services, our career counselors understand your needs focus on gaining work-life integration. We will help you identify any issues in your personal life that may be affecting your job search or job performance.  Career counselors will provide [...]

By |2019-11-22T16:35:14-05:00August 1st, 2019|Articles|Comments Off on Get Career Counseling at Vocational Expert Services

TDIU claim | What is our role?

TDIU claim Role of a Vocational Expert in a TDIU claim Authors: Devin Lessne, MA, MS, CRC, CDMS, ABVE/F, PVE, IPEC and Claire Ziegler, MA, CRC, IPEC What Are Vocational Assessments for TDIU Claims? A vocational assessment can provide valuable information for decision-makers on Total Disability Individual Unemployability cases, also known as TDIU cases. A vocational assessment can show whether a veteran’s service-connected disabilities prevent them from securing employment. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) defines substantially gainful employment as “employment that is ordinarily followed by the non-disabled to earn their livelihood with earnings common to the particular occupation in the community where the veteran resides” (M21-1MR, Part V, Subpart ii, Chapter 1, Section B).  The VA specifies that substantially gainful employment cannot include sheltered or protected employment. Further, if a veteran’s annual wages are below the poverty level, this employment cannot be considered substantially gainful.  If a veteran is unable to secure gainful employment as a result of service-related disability, this entitles the veteran to receive 100% compensation for TDIU. Why They're Essential Often, decision-makers in these types of cases rely on the opinion of physicians and other medical providers to determine if a veteran can still obtain substantially gainful employment.  However, these individuals do not have specialized vocational experience or expertise and are not equipped to determine the true feasibility of a veteran’s ability to work.  A vocational assessment can help bridge the gap between the documented medical and psychological limitations and residual functional limitations within the context [...]

By |2019-11-20T21:19:04-05:00October 16th, 2018|Articles|Comments Off on TDIU claim | What is our role?