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A vocational rehabilitation specialist primary purpose is to manage and assist individuals with: work place, auto or personal injuries; physical or mental disabilities; visual and communicative impairments; to the stated goal of obtaining a suitable and gainful position /employment. The vocational rehabilitation specialist will perform complex professional work in the consultation and monitoring of the individual’s case, including: guidance and counseling, client training, and specialized job placement. Additional vocational rehabilitation specialist responsibilities may include evaluating client work capacities, providing assistive technology services and administering tests to determine vocational aptitudes, interests, abilities, and potential of clients.
Needless to say the vocational rehabilitation specialist provides a very valuable and necessary service.