prevocational evaluation

prevocational evaluation

[-vōkā′shənəl]
an evaluation of the abilities and limitations of a patient undergoing rehabilitation for a disabling disorder. The goal is to find eventual employment in a sheltered workshop or in the general community. The evaluation usually leads to selective placement of the patient in an appropriate business or industry.

prevocational evaluation

(prē-vō-kā′shŭn-ăl)
In rehabilitation, the assessment of those interests, aptitudes, abilities, and behavioral traits that are necessary for developing or performing specific job skills.
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The mission of Lions World Services for the Blind is to provide personal adjustment training, psychological testing and counseling, prevocational evaluation, and vocational training to individuals who are blind or visually impaired.