Guidelines for Virtual Services
As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, many Registrants have accommodated their clients to ensure their safety through the delivery of vocational rehabilitation and evaluation services virtually, such as telephone or video conferencing.
This method of service delivery is considered appropriate by the College, whether to ensure public safety during a pandemic or simply to provide alternative modes of service delivery to facilitate a member of the public’s ability to access services safely and comfortably.
The College requires that Registrants adhere to the same standards of practice expected during in-person services…COVID-19 Guideline for Virtual Services
Guidelines for Return to In-person Services
As various provinces and territories across Canada, and various states across the United States of America, begin to ease business restrictions related to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the College recognizes many vocational rehabilitation and evaluation professionals may be concerned about how to ensure their personal safety, the safety of their clients, and the safety of others with whom they have contact. To assist Registrants with providing the safest and best possible services to members of the public, the College has prepared the following guidelines…COVID-19 Guideline for Return to In-person Services