What are Vocational Rehabilitation Providers?

The Michigan no-fault insurance company must pay for rehabilitation services for accident victims who require vocational therapy after a serious auto accident.

A vocational rehabilitation provider’s job is to assess the achievement levels, vocational aptitudes, physical capacities, work behaviors and interests of evaluees in order to make specific recommendations to the referral source and participant regarding realistic vocational objectives and further services needed to obtain those objectives.

Services activities may include: psychometric testing, work sampling, interest exploration, and vocational guidance. Vocational rehabilitation could also include tuition reimbursement or retraining for another job.

BuckfireLaw.com does not endorse any specific vocational rehabilitation providers and these companies are listed on our website at their own request.

The order of the listings below has no significance and demonstrates no preference as to the vocational rehabilitation providers:

Name of BusinessWebsiteCityStatePhone Number
Cassell & Associateshttp://www.cassellandassociates.com/WarrenMI586-620-2080
Cassell & Associateshttp://www.cassellandassociates.com/NoviMI248-615-2080
Unique Options, LLC.http://www.uniqueoptionsllc.com/WarrenMI586-774-6200
Special Treehttp://www.specialtree.com/MidlandMI989-374-5000
Hostetler Fontaine and Associateshttp://hfarehab.com/SouthfieldMI800-434-0533
CBI Rehabilitation Services, Inc.www.cbirehab.comEast LansingMI517-349-6975

 

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