Getting people back to work after an injury or illness is key to any rehabilitation process. Early intervention means little without a return-to-work (RTW) plan that considers all aspects of the individual's recovery.
In this course, we will discuss the models, approaches, and strategies of rehabilitation intervention. You will learn to manage the return-to-work process using a person-centered approach, and explore topics such as the hierarchy of return to work, transitional work, cost-benefit analysis, program evaluation, and methods for determining the efficacy of new approaches to returning to work.
Course seats are reserved for diploma students until approximately one month before the start date. To take this course individually, click on Register or Join Waitlist below.