Experienced Massachusetts workers’ compensation attorneys
Providing vocational retraining guidance
“Channing helped me get vocational retraining…. I like my new job a lot better than the old job. It all worked out so well.” – Workers Compensation Client, Roseann B. More
Massachusetts vocational rehabilitation
If you have been disabled to an extent that you cannot return to your pre-injury occupation, you may be entitled to Massachusetts vocational retraining at no cost to you. Vocational Rehabilitation (also referred to as “vocational retraining”) is designed to assist Massachusetts injured workers in finding a new job or career that their injuries will allow them to do. Vocational retraining may include vocational counseling and testing, job seeking skills, job placement and job modification. Vocational rehabilitation is aimed at returning you to suitable, gainful employment for a new occupation in the most expedient and cost-effective way.
Conveniently located to serve Massachusetts injured workers
In need of vocational retraining
From our office in Worcester, MA, we represent injured workers in need of vocational rehabilitation in Boston and Springfield, and throughout Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Worcester and Suffolk counties. Our experienced Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation lawyers can assist with the documentation required to obtain vocational rehabilitation while we are helping you obtain the maximum Workers Compensation benefit.
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Massachusetts Vocational Retraining Resources
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission – The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) is the agency of the Commonwealth responsible for Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Independent Living Services, and for eligibility determination for SSI/SSDI (federal) benefits programs for Massachusetts citizens with disabilities. The agency serves individuals with all types of disabilities except those who are blind. Individuals with visual disabilities are served through the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind.
Easter Seals of Massachusetts offers comprehensive vocational rehabilitation, computer and job training and employment services to adults and students with a wide range of disabilities. These services are designed for those who need to develop skills in order to get and keep jobs in today’s competitive, computer-dominated work place.