Rehabilitation Program Information
Workers’ Rehabilitation Services Client Handbook
PDF File: 9 pages; Last revised November 14, 2006
Information about benefits and programs administered by Workers' Rehabilitation Services.
Workers’ Rehabilitation Services On-The-Job Training Employer Information Packet
PDF File: 22 pages; Last revised November 14, 2006
Introduction to On-The-Job Training
Our Introduction to On-The-Job Training provides employers with details of how working with rehabilitation specialists to hire an employee through a rehabilitation program can not only benefit the injured employee, but the employer as well.
Rehabilitation programs are administered by the Workers' Rehabilitation Services unit, which is now administered by the Department of Aging and Disability Services (formerly known as the Department of Rehabilitation Services).
For more information, see the Rehabilitation Services page.
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