Vocational Expert Services offers vocational rehabilitation for many types of individuals – from the disabled to those recovering from substance abuse. Vocational Expert Services, Inc. takes the guesswork out of vocational rehabilitation, providing pragmatic and expedient 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. An 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 VA 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 altogether. Many end up surviving only on disability benefits. At Vocational experts, we provide vocational rehabilitation assessments to those with disabilities. 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 Veterans
Many of the clients at Vocational Expert Services are disabled military veterans. For these groups, finding the right career path can be a challenge. Veterans have the challenge of having to refocus their career path after the military. A vocational assessment gives decision-makers the information they need to make a determination in a VA disability case. Our vocational experts analyze whether a veteran-related disability prevents him or her from securing Substantially Gainful Employment.
Components of a Vocational Assessment for disabled veterans include:
1. Full document review
2. Comprehensive interview with the veteran
3. Transferable skills analysis
4. Opinion based on both objective and subjective evidence regarding the estimated date the veteran was unable to work at SGA.
The Importance of Vocational Rehabilitation
Employment is an essential part of the recovery process. Work is central to the existence of adult functioning and provides the funds and status needed for security. Loss of or failure to adopt a positive vocational identity is a risk-laden situation for most individuals and often leads to depression, poor self-image and self-esteem, and relapse for many. Vocational rehabilitation counseling aims to improve an individual’s functioning in primary life areas based on the person’s values, interests, and goals.
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