A primary goal of occupational therapists is to enable people to participate in everyday life activities, including working and employment. Occupational therapists are well trained to understand the worker's impairments and skills to ensure a successful return to work following an injury and examine factors such as physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of a job. The World Federation of Occupational Therapists argues that occupational therapists aim "... to promote, develop, restore and maintain abilities needed to cope with daily activities to prevent dysfunction. Programs are designed to facilitate maximum use of function to meet the demands of the person's working, social, personal and domestic environment..." . Occupational therapists may complete some of the following when working with clients: -Analyze documents such as functional capacity evaluations, job analysis and vocational evaluation -Plan a gradual return to work program which meets the needs of the employee and takes into consideration any requirements from the individual's health care team -Meet with employers and employees to address needs, expectations and plans, including schedules, modified work duties, and possible alternatives. -Thorough and consistent monitoring of the individual's progress -Identify new potential barriers or strengths as progress is made that can be addressed to promote successful return to work Occupational therapists strive to use evidence-based services to ensure high-quality practice when developing specific programs targeting a return to work.  WFOT.org, (Internet) World Federation of Occupational Therapy. 2010 [http://www.wfot.org].