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Meet Our Team
Steve Aldrich - MS, CRC, QRC
Steve Aldrich has been providing rehabilitation and case management services since 1982. His experience includes Disability Case Management, Minnesota Statutory Rehabilitation, Social Security Expert Witness Testimony, Long Term Disability Rehabiliation, No Fault Auto Rehabilitation, Wisconsin Rehabilitation Case Management, and Loss of Earnings Testimony for Wisconsin worker's compensation cases. Steve also provides Medical Case Management, Vocational Case Management, On-Site Job Analysis, Transferable Skills Analysis, Ergonomic Work Station Evaluations, Return to Work Coordination, Aptitude and Interest Testing, Labor Market Surveys, Vocational Testimony, Job Development and Placement, Employability and Retraining Assessments. Steve has also worked in the fields of geriatric care, mental health, and chemical dependency counseling.
Don Barrett - CDMS, QRC
Don Barrett has been providing rehabilitation services since 1987. This experience includes Disability Case Management, Statutory Rehabilitation, return to work assessments, on-site job analyses, vocational assessments, labor market surveys, and comprehensive job placement services. He is experienced in working with special populations, including psychological, chemically dependent, and culturally diverse. Don has proven skills in developing effective working relationships among parties of differing positions to bring about successful resolutions.
Tom Ferring - M.A., CRC, QRC
Tom Ferring has most recently worked with the Department of Labor and Industry at the Vocational Rehabilitation Unit as a QRC for the past 6 ½ years. He has over 35 years experience providing QRC service for injured workers. Mr. Ferring attended the University of Iowa and was awarded a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.
Gwen Henricksen - RN, QRC, CCM, CDMS
Gwen Henricksen is an RN and has been working as a counselor in the industry since 1981. Her major casework includes the areas of southern, southeastern, and southwestern Minnesota. She has extensive knowledge and experience with occupational injuries and illnesses and has pursued continuing educational opportunities in return to work coordination and development, on-site job analysis and ergonomics. She is a Field Nurse as well as COP Nurse for the U.S. Department of Labor.