Vocational Evaluations and Assessment are for Litigation of Disability, Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury. Vocational Assessments include vocational testing, rehabilitation plan, accommodations, and recommendations.
- Structured Interview
- Vocational and Career Assessments
- Cognitive Testing
- Aptitude Testing
- Mental Health Testing
- Labor Market Review
- Medical Record Review
Once assessment period has been completed, a comprehensive vocational evaluation with empirical data to include a thorough report, summary of opinions, or deposition. The assessment will address employability as it relates to the current labor market and specific employment opportunities and to confirm local earnings potential on case specific basis.
Our credentials allow direction of individuals in their return to work program by:
- Utilizing interviewing, reviewing of medical records and testing related to vocation
- Counseling for vocational change
- Development of realistic and attainable goals
- Job seeking skills training
- Case reporting
- Initiate and respond to correspondence with physicians, attorneys, business owners, state agencies, etc.
- Liaison with insurance companies, attorneys, physicians, and employers
Job Analysis and Job Accommodation:
- Complete assessment of essential and marginal job functions at job site
- Review physical or emotional impairment
- Consult with employer regarding job modifications/accommodations in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act
- Assess workstation and job tasks
- Recommend ergonomic adjustments, obtain materials, and oversee installation or adjustment
This assessment process takes approximately two weeks to generate following the structured interview which includes objective interview, screening materials, research of occupational aptitude and availability in area, and a medical record review. These interviews last anywhere from 2.5-4 hours.