Common uses for Life Care Plans and Vocational Evaluations.
Updated: Apr 30, 2021
When an accident or injury happens, a vocational evaluation is necessary to determine a person's ability to return to work and perform the same type of work or perform work with limited physical demands. A life care plan can supplement this evaluation by documenting damages as a result of catastrophic injuries. A dually Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Certified Life Care Planner provides a specialized perspective relative to an individuals ability to return to the workforce, an additional damage to consider on all cases, including Pediatrics.
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Our comprehensive vocational evaluation includes a comprehensive interview, vocational testing, transferrable skills analysis, labor market information, and objective findings to determine a claimant's return to work ability. In Veterans' Disability, our evaluation provides an impartial insight to supplement a veterans claim for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU).
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