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Synonyms for rehabilitation

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

Synonyms for rehabilitation

the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation

the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises

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However, people with disabilities are still discriminated against, despite the best efforts of lawmakers and rehabilitation counselors.
As financial advisors working on the developer's behalf, SCR evaluates the project's financial building blocks, determines the eligibility and potential qualifying basis for rehabilitation tax credits, refines the equity structure, prepares offering materials including financial spreadsheet analysis, and directs communications with the top national equity investors.
For rehabilitation counselors it is imperative to plot these points in time.
To send its message to a broader readership, American Rehabilitation will go online, making articles available to a larger audience than the journal has ever had.
When visiting any metropolitan area, odds are at least one hotel renovation can be found underway that is eligible for the federal rehabilitation tax credit.
Foremost among NSA's rehabilitation programs is its Rehabilitation Advisory Board, which brings together the nation's leading experts to identify and respond to critical issues for stroke patients.
The first principle is that patients undergoing rehabilitation treatment should be working toward the achievement of functional goals.
Hallmark Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in New Bedford, Massachusetts,
The purpose of this article is to describe a program evaluation partnership that has been developed and sustained in Michigan for the past four years by the Department of Labor and Economic Growth - Rehabilitation Services (herein referred to as MRS) and the Office of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at Michigan State University.
A Team Approach to Processing Rehabilitation Administration Ethical Dilemmas.
Fortunately, rehabilitation tax credits can be converted into equity dollars serving as a practical secondary financing source.
Previous experience using MediLinks at Riverside Medical Center, a sister hospital of the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute, established confidence in its efficiency and ability to support both the staff at Riverside Rehabilitation Institute as well as Shoreview, Riverside's Outpatient clinic.
Yet despite the decades of research committed to understanding the dynamics of psychosocial adaptation, a review of the rehabilitation literature suggests a surprising lack of conceptual clarity and limited consensus about such fundamental questions as the nature of the process of adaptation and the appropriate conceptualization of outcome (Frank & Elliott, 2000; Livneh, 1988; Livneh & Antonak, 1997; Smart, 2001; Wright & Kirby, 1999).
Generally speaking, the rehabilitation tax credit is calculated as follows.
Using "person first" language hen referencing people with disabilities is accepted as a professional standard in rehabilitation, as evident in language of the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (Roessler & Rubin, 1998) and in psychology, as evident from the publication guidelines (American Psychological Association, 1994).
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