Monitoring and Intervention (M&I)

Monitoring and Intervention (M & I) may include although not limited to:

  • Household management
  • Budgeting and bill paying
  • Personal care and health care
  • Self-esteem
  • Anxiety control
  • Insight and awareness
  • Stress management
  • Interaction with others
  • Use of community resources
  • Employment
  • Use of compensatory techniques
  • Physical functioning
  • Social integration
  • Psychosocial status
  • Pacing and fatigue
  • Pain management
  • Vocational rehabilitation services offers several programs and services to assist injured workers in returning to sustainable employment
  • Life Skills Training Education
  • Advocacy
  • Disability Management