1) Counsels handicapped individuals to provide vocational rehabilitation services: Interviews and evaluates handicapped applicants, and confers with medical and professional personnel to determine type and degree of handicap, eligibility for service, and feasibility of vocational rehabilitation.
2) Accepts or recommends acceptance of suitable candidates.
3) Determines suitable job or business consistent with applicant's desires, aptitudes, and physical, mental, and emotional limitations.
4) Plans and arranges for applicant to study or train for job.
5) Assists applicant with personal adjustment throughout rehabilitation program.
6) Aids applicant in obtaining medical and social services during training.
7) Promotes and develops job openings and places qualified applicant in employment.
8) May specialize in type of disability, such as mental illness, alcohol abuse, hearing and visual impairment, or readjustment after prison release.
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