What are Transition/Vocational Evaluations?
Kincaid Wolstein Vocational and Rehabilitation Services stands as a reliable resource for Special Education Attorneys, Advocates, and Parents of Children with Disabilities. We deliver comprehensive Transition/Vocational Evaluations and planning services, employing age-appropriate, peer-reviewed methodologies to steer individuals with disabilities towards achieving independence and fulfillment.
Our team, composed of graduate-level professionals with extensive experience in public education and post-secondary transition, crafts tailored transition services that cater to the unique needs of today’s diverse educational landscape. We dedicate ourselves to empowering individuals with disabilities, guiding them on their journey towards a brighter and more independent future.
Our expertise spans across a wide array of critical areas, including Higher Education, Employment, Independent Living, Social Skills, Financial Planning, Transportation, Benefits Planning, Community Participation, Self-Advocacy, Self-Determination, Executive Functioning, and Academic Skills. We commit ourselves to tailor our guidance to meet the unique needs and aspirations of each individual, fostering their growth and success in these vital aspects of life.
Kincaid Wolstein Vocational and Rehabilitation Services employs a diverse range of assessment instruments to effectively evaluate and customize our services. These tools, which cater to individuals of all ages and abilities, enable us to gain valuable insights and provide informed recommendations and guidance.
Qualifications of Our Evaluator
Meet our Vocational Evaluator, Christopher Skerritt, CRC, CVE, ABVE/F, LRC, a seasoned professional in Transition/Vocational Evaluations. With an educational background in Communication Disorders and Sciences and Rehabilitation Counseling, he brings over 12 years of experience and has worked with 300+ students on Transition/Vocational Evaluation Reports.
A recognized figure in the field, Mr. Skerritt served as the chair of the Vocational Rehabilitation and Transition Services (VRTS) Section of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals (IARP) and is a member of the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA). He has shared his expertise at various conferences, contributing to the discourse on Postsecondary Transition Planning.
Available for in-person evaluations in the New England region and virtual evaluations nationwide, Mr. Skerritt dedicates himself to guiding individuals towards a successful transition from high school and beyond.
Expected Report Turnaround Time
Typically, reports will take 4 to 6 weeks to complete and provide a draft once we receive all documentation and complete the evaluation testing.
For a Sample Report, please click here.
Pricing for Evaluation Services
Our pricing for evaluation services is flexible and tailored to the unique needs of each individual being evaluated, taking into account the specific assessment tools used. For assessments requiring travel, costs are determined on a case-by-case basis, factoring in the examinee’s location and the accessibility of the testing site. Please note, additional charges may be incurred for short-notice cancellations or if additional assessments are requested.
Independent Education Evaluation (IEE)
As vocational experts, Kincaid Wolstein Vocational and Rehabilitation Services provides Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs) funded privately or through school districts. Our mission is to bolster schools in delivering apt transition services, enhancing compliance, and boosting student achievement.
We equip individuals, families, IEP teams, administrators, advocates, and attorneys with high-quality data, empowering them to make informed decisions about the future. Our team, comprising disability and employment experts, brings a wealth of knowledge in vocational strategies, industry insights, and Social Security Disability.
Our evaluation team, inclusive of Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC), specializes in strategizing post-secondary success for individuals with disabilities, backed by an in-depth understanding of employment laws.
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