Individualized Work Adjustment Plan

Last updated: June 14, 2018

What Does Individualized Work Adjustment Plan Mean?

An individualized work adjustment plan is part of the vocational rehabilitation process for individuals with disabilities who need assistance in securing and maintaining employment. The plan builds on information previously documented in an individualized evaluation plan and caters to individuals who require additional help to be a productive member of the workforce.


WorkplaceTesting Explains Individualized Work Adjustment Plan

The individualized work adjustment plan focuses on instilling correct workplace behavior practices and expectations in individuals before actual work begins.

To achieve this end, the work adjustment plan incorporates counseling and in person instructions to assist participants. Assistance is provided to improve work related skills, daily life skills, hygiene and grooming, and social skills among participants. The training and assistance provided is tailored to the needs of each participant.

All instruction and counseling prepares the individual for success in the work place setting.


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