Vector Rehabilitation Services
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is a regulated health professional in BC. Occupational Therapists (OTs) are trained to assess for activity performance limitations in the domains of self care, productivity, and leisure. Within those domains, the OT is trained to assess physical, psychological, and cognitive performance. And to address any limitations, the OT is trained to recommend therapies, equipment, and services to promote the optimal level of functional engagement.
What is an International/Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluator?
What is a Canadian Certified Life Care Planner?
What is a Certified Work Capacity Evaluator?
The Certified Work Capacity Evaluator (CWCE) is a rehabilitation or healthcare professional who has demonstrated competency in the area of functional capacity evaluation (FCE) and has successfully completed a peer-review process. To ensure currency of skills, the peer-review process must be completed every three years to maintain certification. (Matheson Education and Training Solutions website, May 2022)
How are your programs funded?
As we are very sensitive to the many needs that funding dollars have to satisfy, all programs are fully customized to deliver necessary service in the most cost-effective way possible.
Our adult services are typically funded through third party providers such as WorkSafeBC, ICBC, personal injury law firms, GreatWest Life and other insurers.
What is the most important factor in the service delivery of Vector Rehabilitation Services?
As Occupational Therapists, we focus on providing service that is meaningful to the individual, relevant to their life and sensitive to the path on which they are currently travelling.
We strive to deliver empathic care that is professional and effective for all of our clients, big and small.