Vocational rehabilitation, often known as VR or VOC rehab, is a procedure that helps people with functional, psychological, developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities, impairments, or health problems overcome hurdles to finding, keeping, or returning to work. A variety of health care providers and non-medical professions, such as disability employment advisers and career counsellors, may be needed for vocational rehabilitation. The process of vocational rehabilitation differs widely from country to country. However, it generally focuses on the individual receiving the services' socialisation, healthcare, and physical and emotional well-being. People with long-term illnesses, mental health disorders, common health problems, and severe medical conditions are typically qualified for vocational rehabilitation. Assessing, evaluating, and identifying people who are experiencing or at risk of having vocational disability is what Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals do.