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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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Since psychosocial rehabilitation minimizes the role, status, and authority differential between members and staff, this can lead to role confusion for individuals with BPD.
Discriminant function analysis of transitional and competitive employment outcomes in psychosocial rehabilitation clientele.
Psychosocial rehabilitation service for users of the Rehabilitation Centre for Autism ASL1 of Avezzano-Sulmona-Aquila~s five-year term.
Concurrently, the perspectives of normalization (Wolfensberger, 1972), the provision of services and supports in the most socially normative ways and settings possible, were embraced by developmental disabilities advocates (and later contributed to the emergence of psychosocial rehabilitation approaches).
I was later recruited by the local Association for Retarded Citizens to establish a work-activity center for their clients, then moved to the MHMR center where a new psychosocial rehabilitation program was being developed.
The purpose of the evaluation is to obtain a systematic description and analysis of the organization SEPREP (Centre for Psychotherapy and Psychosocial Rehabilitation by Psychosis) and their interdisciplinary education (SEPREP TU) in terms of content, quality and relevance.
May 17-21: Annual conference: The value of psychiatric rehabilitation; International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (IAPSRS); San Diego CA; www.
The first wave of activity was fostered by the federal mandate for supported employment, which combined existing transitional employment strategies pioneered by psychosocial rehabilitation agencies to create increased community job placements for clients with mental illness.
Psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouses such as Fountain House (Beard, Propst, & Malamud, 1982; Malamud & McCrory, 1988; Vorspan, 1988) created open, life-time membership with no rejection and created "in vivo" rehabilitation environments through individual TE in integrated work settings.
The service contract concerns the management and operation of a Psychosocial Rehabilitation (90 beds) and a Social Community Support Team (30 seats) for people with severe and enduring in the town of Arganda del Rey mental illness.
The field of psychosocial rehabilitation services emphasizes the fostering and strengthening of consumer-initiated supports.
The Services Agreement concerns the management and operation of a Psychosocial Rehabilitation (90 beds) and a Vocational Rehabilitation Center (55 beds) for people with severe and enduring mental illness located at the Mella Square in the downtown district Madrid.
One-time projects receiving funding include: $19,000 for training in psychosocial rehabilitation for staff in Southwest Health district; $37,000 to develop a consumer participation program in Annapolis Valley district; $70,000 for Dalhousie University department of psychiatry to expand a primary to Grade 6 education program called Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies to English-speaking students in Nova Scotia.
Management and operation of a Psychosocial Rehabilitation (65 seats), a Centre of Vocational Rehabilitation (55 seats) and a day center for social support (35 seats) for people with severe and enduring mental illness located in the town of Torrejon de Ardoz.
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