Reading Time: 2 minutes Have you been to the Williamson Pumpkin Paradise? We visited on a beautiful October Sunday afternoon and I was in awe at the creative produce! After wandering around in the fields for a time and looking at plenty a pumpkin looking for a home, we selected one. As I’m writing this, I realize I’m not knowledgeable about… Continue reading A Job Analysis Could Help You Win a Prize…Read On!
Reading Time: 3 minutes A job analysis is a process that will identify and determine in detail the particular job functions and activities, interactions within the physical environment, work conditions, requirements for a particular job, expected or desired productivity, vocational qualities, and the relative importance of all these factors combined. Whew! To continue on, the process of a job… Continue reading Job Analysis ~ It’s All About the Job, Not the Person, Dummy!
Reading Time: 3 minutes I can help you, my Attorney Reader, in a number of ways with a case you’re working on that involves work and disability, whether it be medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation or any other litigation along these lines. Actually, disability doesn’t have to be involved, yet when is tends to make a… Continue reading Working on a Case Involving Work & Disability? I’m Here to Help You Depose & More!
Reading Time: 5 minutes Did you take the Why Do You Do Your Work assessment? Read on and at the bottom of my blog post, you’ll find a key with detail on your results!Motivation describes why a person does something. According to current psychology, motivation involves biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that initiate, guide, and maintain goal-oriented behaviors requiring endurance… Continue reading Got Motivation??? Let’s Just See!!!
Reading Time: 3 minutes As a forensic rehabilitation consultant, I could be available as your next retained expert! My unique consulting services help attorneys identify insights into a litigated case while first-hand testimony helps others to understand it. In fact, listing me as an expert may spark movement in the litigation process. I’m here to help you help… Continue reading Need to Retain a Vocational Expert? I’m Here to Help on My Birthday!
Reading Time: 4 minutes To continue on with my post on getting level during divorce, I’m offering working definitions of 3 of my favorite ability descriptors which are: Employability, Hireability and Placeability Although my vocational assessment and evaluation assignments span a variety of jurisdictions and are designed to meet referral needs, the concepts of Employability, Hireability and Placeability remain… Continue reading Employability, Hireability and Placeability ~ Got Ability? Need Proof?
Reading Time: 3 minutes When Do You Need a Life Care Planner? Typically a life care planner is helpful for legal cases involving catastrophic injuries or chronic health conditions. Lawyers, physicians, and insurance companies can hire a life care planner to research, analyze and develop life care plans for patients who experience catastrophic injuries or chronic health conditions related… Continue reading When, Where & Why You Need a Life Care Planner for Your Litigated Case & Who Can Help? Me!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Have you considered a Life Care Plan as part of your litigation strategy to help your client? Life Care Planning helps attorneys in many ways and in all phases of litigation. The actual plan itself becomes a comprehensive document that provides for the future care and associated costs of a person facing a serious illness or… Continue reading Life Care Planning Helps Attorneys in Ways & in All Phases of Litigation! Really!
Reading Time: 5 minutes My mother Ann Dodge Prochnow, researched a book titled “Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Massachusetts 1629-1894” authored by John Thompson Dodge Ph.D. Dr. Dodge was born in 1850 in Vermont. Dr. Dodge was a railway civil engineer. And he’s directly related to my mom! My mom read the book (Ann’s brother Gerry… Continue reading What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Originally published on: Dec 17, 2012/updated Dec 17, 2019/Dec 17, 2020 and posted again today 5/16/2023 because I’m missing my brother’s dog Lola, who I watched for the past 5 days! When I meet with an individual to perform a vocational assessment, I ask questions to gather information about their work and life background. One… Continue reading People and Their Pets…Got Cat? A Good Vocational Assessment Question to Ask