REHABILITATION, INC.

A Disability Management Company
  Phone: (239) 275-6598
E-mail address:
Helping people be Independent"
CHUCK NIEVES, M.A., C.R.C., C.V.E., C.C.M., C.L.C.P., V.E.
Vocational Rehabilitation Expert & Life Care Planner
Social Security Disability Representative
3049 Cleveland Avenue - Suite 241, Fort Myers, FL 33901  
Phone: (239) 275-6598
E-mail address:
LIFE CARE PLANNING is a detailed and exhaustive presentation of the needs created by an individual's disability.  The Care Plan outlines the specific requirements detailed by the onset of the disability.  These financial and resource requirements may include:

  • Routine Medical Treatment
  • Diagnostic Techniques
  • Future Medical Care/Surgical Intervention
  • Therapeutic Modalities
  • Drug/Supply Needs 
  • Architectural Modifications
  • Vocational Planning
  • Potential Complications
  • Continuing Case Management Services
  • Est. (based upon individual needs)


LIFE CARE PLANS have received widespread approval because they are comprehensive and relatively easy to understand.  Massive amounts of information from a large number of treating professionals can be summarized in a single document.  The plan offers a checklist approach to assure a comprehensive standard approach.

It should be understood clearly that Life Care Plans are very appropriate in a variety of settings including:

  • Resolution of Personal Injury Claims
  • Health Insurance Managed Care
  • Workers Compensation Case Management Resolution
  • Setting Insurance Reserves
  • Complex Disease Case Management
  • Helping Clients and Families Understand the Effects and Costs of Injury and Illness

LIFE CARE PLANS not only outline future care for catastrophic disability onset, but are also used to outline future medical management techniques for less than catastrophic injury (i.e., chronic soft tissue impairment).

LIFE CARE PLANS outline the cost for the provision of anticipated routine medical service delivery, as well as the cost of possible complication treatment brought on by the onset of disability.

Vocational and educational rehabilitation planning are also an important aspect of a LIFE CARE PLAN.  This can be as simple as diminution of wage earning potential, loss of work life or a complete plan outlining the rehabilitation requirements for specific skills training and return to productivity.

At RESPONSIVE OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION, INC., we have dedicated significant time for professional training and resource development to enhance our sophistication in providing this highly specialized service in the rehabilitation profession.  We would be pleased to make a detailed presentation at your convenience, and share references concerning our work.

For more information, please contact Chuck Nieves at (239) 275-6598, or email him at