Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal-state program that helps people who have physical or mental disabilities get or keep a job. Recognizing the importance of work, vocational rehabilitation counselors assist individuals with disabilities gain or regain their independence through employment or some form of meaningful activity and reintegration into society. The ultimate goals are in preventing potential disability; returning workers with disabilities to gainful employment; introducing individuals with disabilities into the labor force; and keeping workers with illness and disabilities employed.
Mind and Brain Care works collaboratively with vocational rehabilitation services and the consumer to evaluate and, if needed treat existing psychological barriers to work. Our thorough evaluations facilitate the consumer’s use resources, assist the consumer in adapting to the environment, and provides reasonable recommendation to change the environments in accommodating the needs of the individual related to their disability.
The Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor reviews existing data to determine what kind of psychological information is necessary for evaluation purposes. All vocational rehabilitation reports are property of Vocational Rehabilitation Services. Should the consumer need these reports, they should contact their vocational counselors directly.