Will Rehabilitation advisor be replaced by robots?

0.94% chance that this will happen in the future.

Rehabilitation advisorĀ will not be replaced in the future by robots.

As Rehabilitation advisor:

You will advise people to maximize the independence and employability of people struggling with personal, social and professional difficulties that result from birth defects, diseases, diseases, accidents or stress of everyday life. Coordination of activities for residents of care and treatment facilities. Assess client needs and design and implement rehabilitation programs that may include personal and professional counseling, training, and job placement.

Rehabilitation advisor has to

– prepare and maintain documentation and case files, including documentation, such as personal data and eligible clients, services rendered, client contact narratives or appropriate correspondence.
– develop rehabilitation plans that match the skills, level of education, physical ability and professional goals of the clients.
– monitor and record customer progress to ensure that goals have been achieved.
– Talk to clients to discuss their options and goals to develop rehabilitation programs and plans to access the services they need.
– maintain close contact with clients during vocational training and internships to solve problems and assess the adequacy of the internship.
– talk to doctors, psychologists, occupational therapists and other specialists to develop and implement client rehabilitation programs.
– organize physical, mental, academic, professional and other assessments to obtain the information needed to assess customer needs and develop rehabilitation plans.
– analyze information from interviews, educational and medical documentation, consultation with other specialists and diagnostic assessments to assess the skills, needs and qualifications of clients.
– develop and maintain relationships with community recommendation sources, such as schools or community groups.
– locate barriers to employing clients, such as inaccessible jobs, inflexible schedules or transport problems, and work with clients to develop strategies to overcome these barriers.
– develop diagnostic procedures to determine customer needs.
– work with client families to implement rehabilitation plans, such as behavioral, housing, social or employment goals.
– participate in development and job placement programs by contacting potential employers, placing clients in positions and assessing the success of internships.
– organize on-site coaching or ancillary equipment, such as specially equipped wheelchairs, to help clients adapt to the work or school environment.
– manage budgets and direct case assignments, authorize expenses and payments.
– work with social agencies to establish facilities and programs for people with disabilities.