Career Counseling with Clients with Disabilities

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To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Review this week’s Learning Resources focusing on the information regarding clients with disabilities.
  • Select one of the functional limitations described on pp. 444–451.
  • Consider what a functional capacity evaluation and job analysis might mean/entail for a client with a functional limitation in the area you have chosen to focus on.
  • Think about whether or not each of the following vocational rehabilitation services might be appropriate for this client: Work-Adjustment Training, Job-Seeking Skills Training, Supported Employment, and Assistive Technology.

With these thoughts in mind:

Post by Day 4 a description of a functional limitation and how it might impact a client’s career development. Explain what value a functional capacity evaluation and job analysis might hold for a client with this functional limitation. Then, describe how one of four vocational rehabilitation services—Work-Adjustment Training, Job-Seeking Skills Training, Supported Employment, Assistive Technology—might be utilized with this client depending on the evaluation and analysis.

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Career Counseling with Clients with Disabilities
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CAREER COUNSELING WITH CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES

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Career Counseling with Clients with Disabilities
Limitation Related to Fainting, Dizziness, and Seizures
It involves an individual experiencing periods of unconsciousness caused by fainting or
loss of balance and seizure due to dizziness a condition that leads to attention blink (Capuzzi &
Stauffer, 2012). Fainting is temporary and occurs when there is an insufficient supply of oxygen
into a person’s brain. The occurrence of syncope may either be an isolated event or can
frequently happen over time. Even though epileptic seizure and syncope are similar and related,
syncope causes behaviors that cause seizures. Epileptic seizure produces a disturbance in the
electrical functioning of the brain that lasts for a short period. Unless syncope frequently occurs
with little warnings thus causing the patient to suffer injuries, it is unlikely that it will affect
individual’s career development. If the employee is working on a building site is at more risk
compared to those in the office. Therefore, it may restrict the patient from getting exposed to
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