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The cornerstone of such an occupational therapy program is working toward a seamless system of supports through consultive and therapeutic models, in order to provide services that will move her students toward greater functionality within the school setting and offer a platform to propel them toward generalization of these skills within their home and community lives.
Make the consultive sales process part of creating the relationship that helps make the client an active part of the solution as opposed to a passive receptor of information and product.
Though the value of their consultive role is often undervalued, school counselors are more crucial than ever to provide leadership at every grade level in treating challenges including bullying, the achievement gap between ethnic groups, and the technology-driven world of today's students.
Proponents of telepharmacy say it can help improve patient outcomes by giving patients in remote areas greater access to pharmacists and the consultive services they can provide.
Al respecto, el Consultive Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) (2004), expone como primer principio clave de las microfinanzas que:
14) Online: Consultive Group on International Agricultural Research <http://www.
Giving details of the consultive meetings, she said Ministry of Women Development (MoWD) arranged a series of consultative meetings with the heads of provincial women departments to finalize the report.
APR is an industry supplier based in Glendale Heights, IL, and has spent the last 20 years delivering training and consultive services for more than 250 companies in the flexographic package printing industry.
Italian firms can count not just on the support of the Italian embassy and the Sofia office of the ICE, but also institutions like the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria, which is fully recognised by the Italian foreign trade ministry, the Consultive Committee of Italian Entrepreneurs in Bulgaria, the very active representation of the Emilia-Romagna region, the Foreign Centre of the Joint Piemonte Chambers of Commerce and Casa Sicilia Bulgaria.
In 1993 the National Council for Food and Nutrition Security --CONSEA was created as a consultive office linked to the Presidency of the Republic; it comprised nine ministries and 21 representatives of civil society.
Under this rationale, however, the President's declaration of his "approval and determination" at the outset of the 30-day period could be viewed as rendering moot the consultive purpose of that period.
Elizabeth Schnee, president of Townsend, plans to retire following a transition period in which she will provide training and consultive services to Susquehanna.
So the consultive [aspect] is being aware of what is of general interest to most of their consumers, and wellness is certainly one of those.
Journal of Consultive and Clinical Psychology, 54, 593-600.