Provides an overview of vocational rehabilitation practice, with an interest in supporting people back to work and improving their sense of health and wellbeing. The text includes numerous case studies and a chapter of issues and questions to aid reflection. Divided into three parts, the first section covers the policy context of vocational rehabilitation in the UK, defining vocational rehabilitation, outlining the development of national standards in the sector, and looking at issues such as: the economy and worklessness, and the legal background. The second part examines models of vocational rehabilitation practice and relevant standards. It explores the nature of developing services in the public and private sectors, with case studies from a range of disciplinary backgrounds to illustrate. The final part presents a detailed introduction to the knowledge and skills required, including consideration of the multi-disciplinary processes and stages involved, in providing a vocational rehabilitation service.