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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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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.
The possibility of disclosure of the private information, thus licensing, rehabilitation malpractice, and standards of care are of legal importance (Viegas & Dunn 1998).
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.
So, while the therapist may provide hands-on treatment that reduces pain, the goal of the chronic pain patient's rehabilitation program is to make the patient independent in pain management techniques.
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.
* Recruitment & Retention in Rehabilitation: A Career Development Perspective.
Fortunately, rehabilitation tax credits can be converted into equity dollars serving as a practical secondary financing source.
In the course of the decades long exploration of the adaptation to disability process theories from fields of study outside of rehabilitation counseling have frequently contributed to both rehabilitation counseling practice and theoretical understanding.
A perfect example of a historic rehabilitation occurred with the W Hotel at Union Square, which involved the conversion of a great old office building into a high-end luxury hotel.
"Placement" can be defined as "the constellation of rehabilitation services that relate to employment and integration into the workplace" (Vandergoot, Staniszewski, & Merlo, 1992, pp.
A second major problem with rehabilitation research is that has been historically influenced by the medical and psychological model.
For example, $50 million in qualified rehabilitation expenditures would generate either $5 million in 10% rehabilitation tax credits or $10 million in 20% historic rehabilitation tax credits that, in return, could generate approximately $4.5 million or $9 million in equity financing.
As the demands of the labor market change, so must our approach to vocational rehabilitation. Employability in the years ahead means more than having the appropriate functional capacities to do a job--it also means developing the ability to "hit the ground running!"
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