Laura Wilson Counselling Experiences and Updates

Things a Vocational Return to Work Counselor Must Know
Jan 16, 2019
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Things a Vocational Return to Work Counselor Must Know

by lwadminin Best Vocational Counselors California , Top Vocational Training Institute California0 comments

Working as a vocational return to work counselor California is a challenging job role because you have to help loads of people who wish to restart their careers but aren’t sure of themselves or their skills. A few things that help a return to work counselor to do his or her job with perfection every […]

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Tips from Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) Firm
Jan 8, 2019
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Tips from Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) Firm

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Returning to work after a break can be terrifying. If you agree, then the tips shared by a leading Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) firm California mentioned over here are essential for you. These tips might increase your probability of getting a job sooner rather than later. Be Honest The first thing you need to remember […]

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Benefits of Taking the Help of a Top Vocational Training Institute California
Jan 1, 2019
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Benefits of Taking the Help of a Top Vocational Training Institute California

by lwadminin Best Vocational Counselors California , Top Vocational Training Institute California0 comments

Returning to work after an injury or accident can be quite stressful for most people. If you are among such people, then you should consider taking the help of a vocational training institute California to upgrade your skills and boost your employability. If you want to know more about the benefits of taking the help […]

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Top Challenges Faced by People When Returning to Work After a Workplace Injury/Accident
Jan 1, 2019
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Top Challenges Faced by People When Returning to Work After a Workplace Injury/Accident

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Data shared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics has revealed that about 1 million work-related injuries or illness resulting in lost work hours take place every year. If you have been a victim of a workplace injury or accident and you want to return to work after a gap of few days, weeks, months or […]

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Visit a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor CA on Christmas
Dec 4, 2018

Visit a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor CA on Christmas

by lwadminin Best Vocational Counselors California0 comments

Visiting a vocational rehabilitation counselor CA is one of the best things you can do to restart your career. But many people are hesitant to take this path because they don’t think they will benefit from it. If you are among such people, then you need to read on. Here you can know the reasons […]

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Why Work with a Vocational Return to Work Counsellor?
Nov 25, 2018
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Why Work with a Vocational Return to Work Counsellor?

by lwadminin Best Vocational Counselors California0 comments

Losing one’s job due to an injury or accident can have terrible consequences for a person. In such situations, taking the advice of vocational return to work counselor can be a good option. Such people are experts in helping people restart their careers and life after an incident and motivate them to do better. If […]

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Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis Assessment : Laura M Wilson
Nov 23, 2018
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Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis Assessment : Laura M Wilson

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When you decide to hunt for a job, especially after a workplace injury, the first thing you must do is transferable skills analysis assessment. It will make your job hunt easier and help you to land a job of your dreams. What is transferable skills analysis assessment and how it differs from other skills, read […]

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First Meeting with Best Vocational Counselors California
Nov 11, 2018

First Meeting with Best Vocational Counselors California

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Seeking the help of vocational counselors, California is a smart idea when you have lost your job due to a workplace injury and are unable to resume the same job due to physical or mental limitations. A counselor will help you get through this tough phase in life and move on with your life as […]

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What to Expect at a Leading Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) Firm
Nov 9, 2018

What to Expect at a Leading Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) Firm

by lwadminin Best Vocational Counselors California0 comments

If you have had an injury while on the job then you should consider taking help of a Vocational Return-To-Work Counseling (VRTWC) Firm. These firms are present all over the country to help people who were injured on the job and had to stop working for a couple of weeks, months or years due to […]

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Do All Injured Workers Receive Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit (SJDB) Voucher?
Nov 9, 2018
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Do All Injured Workers Receive Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit (SJDB) Voucher?

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People who are injured on the job have a lot of questions regarding the Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit (SJDB) Voucher. These vouchers are provided by the California government to the workers who lose their job due to an injury on the job and lose their job. The Purpose The purpose of these vouchers is to […]

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May 23, 2018

New Year – New Beginnings

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Hello friends… 2018 is upon us and with every new year new beginnings emerge from the ashes of our losses of years past… and loss we most certainly have endured. I meant to publish this post sooner, but the events of the past weekend left me, along with so many others, reeling. I no longer […]

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May 23, 2018

Warm wishes and holiday greetings…

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During the holiday season more than ever, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. And in this spirit we say, simply but sincerely… Thank you and Best Wishes for this holiday season and a Happy Healthy New Year! All our best & cheers to 2018, Laura & Staff

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May 23, 2018

Hope In A Suitcase

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‘Tis the season… of giving and charity. This past Tuesday was “Giving Tuesday” and I know we here at Laura M Wilson & Associates did our part, but why stop there? The “giving season” shouldn’t be one day or month of the year. Just like giving thanks shouldn’t be either. We as human beings should […]

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May 23, 2018

Giving Thanks

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In a time where everything seems to be moving at neck breaking speed, I wanted to stop and acknowledge the things I am thankful for. We are constantly trying to move on to the next before we have even finished, let alone enjoyed, the present. Summer hadn’t ended yet and stores were already putting holiday […]

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May 23, 2018

Topics & Thoughts: Part 1

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Politics Don’t worry folks although the topic suggests a possible POTUS rant or joke, I will pass, we’ll just let his “tweets” and amazing vernacular speak for itself. I wanted to take the opportunity in passing the good word and highlighting a gentleman who is a Democratic Candidate running for the California State Assembly, 51st […]

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May 23, 2018

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

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October is on its 72nd year as National Disability Employment Awareness Month. It is an annual celebration of people with disabilities who work and those businesses and organizations that employ them. More than 18 million Americans with disabilities are employed today, contributing to their employer’s productivity and profits while paying taxes and supporting the economy […]

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May 23, 2018

Our Nation, Our People and Our Future

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Although we will always remember and be reminded of 9/11/2001 we will forever honor and remember those who selflessly gave their lives to save others. The first responders, the civilian heroes and the innocent people who were lost during the most cowardly act of terror on American soil, will forever resonate within our Country’s fabric […]

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May 23, 2018

Post Labor Day and Acts of Nature

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I hope everyone relaxed and enjoyed this past Labor Day Weekend. Whether hosting barbecues, pool parties or enjoyed the river, beach, lakes and/or parks; my main wish is that your time spent was with your loved ones. Summer was a blur, business never sleeps and the time passes quickly, so hug those you love and […]

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May 23, 2018

Foreshadowing Reform – Part 2

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A First Responder’s plight and the challenges presented by the WorkComp process. So, in rehashing last week’s article we highlighted how one facet of reform has ultimately shaped our industry; but moreover the increased instances of denial of care due to a complex and heavily lopsided process. For many of you reading this article, you’ve […]

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May 23, 2018

Foreshadowing Reform – Part 1

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Foreshadowing how this complicated, untimely and flawed system will fair is very easy for those of us who have been affected by this dysfunctional platform. Whether you are a first responder, an injured worker, have a friend or family member who suffered an injury, an applicant attorney,  physician or any form of medical legal service […]

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May 23, 2018
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New Case Law: Hikida v. WCAB; Costco Wholesales Corp.

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Greetings! I hope that everyone who attended the CAAA Summer Convention absorbed new strategies added wisdom and for the most part, had a good time doing so. While the four day event can be overwhelming, the opportunity to immerse yourselves into the panel discussions, along with better understanding of some of the nuances of changes […]

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May 23, 2018
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: 2nd Edition

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June is upon us, which means kids are being promoted, graduating and most of all embarking on new personal voyages. For those of you hard working parents who may have children doing so I wanted to congratulate you and your loved ones for your hard work and pursuits. While the balance of the day to […]

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May 23, 2018

Appreciation and a day of honor and remembrance…

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Last Friday the 6th Annual Latino Comp Golf Tournament was held on a perfect day at Angeles National Golf Club. The weather was clear blue skies, pushing in the high 80’s with a slight breeze which made for an ideal setting for this fantastic event. For some of you who’ve golfed this pristine course you would […]

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May 23, 2018

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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Greetings colleagues and friends, these past few weeks have been overwhelming so forgive me if you’ve been heavily anticipating a fresh and new article, fear not for this one is just that, fresh out of the oven. Before I do so though, I wanted to thank those of you who have responded to me on […]

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May 23, 2018

Opioids: The National Epidemic

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I wanted to take this time to shed some light on a steadily growing concern, one that has been delivering its catastrophic aftermath for quite some time. One that is affecting almost everyone, from teenagers to athletes, injured workers, post-surgical patients, college kids, parents and all the way to the top with the elderly! Anyone […]

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May 23, 2018

Balancing Act

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This week has been a blur, not to mention a juggle, so I apologize in advance if my article does not hold the zeal and anguish of the past pieces. I have to be honest, I am currently attending a fantastic seminar on one of those beautiful islands to the west and may have writers […]

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May 23, 2018

Who Can You Trust?

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Know who you invite into your circle of trust. Earlier this month, I wrote a post on an all too familiar topic promoting awareness in unethical practices, devious schemes, deceptive proposals and dubious characters. Some of whom may be lurking closer than we think. So you guessed it, I’m writing another one, considering how we […]

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May 23, 2018

One Term Ends and A New One Begins

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A look into tomorrow’s potential. In March I wrote a piece on our Governor’s terms and how some of his decisions resulted in changing the landscape of Workers Compensation; so I wanted to take a peek into the future and hopefully exchange the pros and cons but most importantly, your opinions on a strong and experienced woman’s long […]

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May 23, 2018

A constant reminder that fraud and its many different faces continue to exist

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On just about every news outlet there always seems to be a segment focused on people committing fraud, so my question is who can you trust? We see it in all of the facets of services that comprise Workers’ Compensation; it can be harvested on either side; it comes disguised with many faces; it may […]

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May 23, 2018

How power can sway integrity and how a Governor can survive multiple terms

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I read an LA Times article which inspired me to write an opinion on our current Governor, Jerry Brown and the powers that sway our broken Workers Compensation system. In a day where politics reign over all of our lives I wanted to take a simple yet deep look into the constant pattern we see […]

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May 23, 2018

DIR Extends $120 Million RTWS Fund Application Deadline!

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Important Update and ReminderDIR Extends $120 Million RTWS Fund Application DeadlineIn recent news the DIR adopted rules to extend the deadline for those injured workers who may have received their Supplemental Job Displacement Benefit voucher between the time period of April 13th, 2015 through December 1st, 2015 but were denied the additional RTWS benefit. \ […]

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May 23, 2018

National Brain Injury Awareness Month

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As we are midway through March I wanted to take a moment to promote National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) can happen to anyone, from people involved in motor vehicle accidents, construction workers, couriers, to simply kids having fun at the park. TBI can change one’s life as well as their loved […]

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May 23, 2018

PTSD and Work Comp

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I recently came across a good article from Business Insurance involving Workplace Tragedies creating a new perspective on Work Comp within our Nation. In light of the horrible event that took the lives of 14 souls while seriously injuring dozens at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino; 80 employees in all were affected by […]

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What’s the Return-to-Work Supplement Program (RTWSP) all about?
May 23, 2018

What’s the Return-to-Work Supplement Program (RTWSP) all about?

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Last week I touched on the subject of aligning your firm and staff with a reputable Voucher Counseling Service, one who can seamlessly assist with the additional processes required in order to obtain any of the benefits allotted for your client. Today I’d like to expound on the Return-to-Work Supplement Program (RTWSP). I know what […]

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Why does a Law Firm representing an Injured Worker use a reputable Voucher Counseling Service ?
May 23, 2018

Why does a Law Firm representing an Injured Worker use a reputable Voucher Counseling Service ?

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From my experience and considering the ever changing Workers Compensation landscape, I can’t express with enough importance how vital it is to appoint a professional and well experienced Voucher Counseling service to consult and provide your client with transparency each step of the way. \ We seamlessly integrate our expertise and proven process to give […]

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