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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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While private programs had a higher rate of successful job placement, OVR remains the only available source of vocational rehabilitation available to this population.
Since 1987, vocational advances in brain injury rehabilitation have resulted in the development and implementation of community-based vocational rehabilitation techniques which have been proven to enhance the employment outcomes of individuals who have sustained a brain injury.
However, at a minimum, rehabilitation graduates can be expected to bring the following kinds of knowledge and skills to any position: intake interviewing, case finding and community outreach, basic case management, fundamental vocational evaluation and work adjustment techniques and procedures, preliminary job development and job plalcement techniques, client advocacy, individual rehabilitation program planning, behavior change techniques, and specialized administrative/supervisory skills.
Because of the baccalaureate is designed to prepapre students as generalists within the rehabilitation field, graduates from these programs are qualified for a variety of entry-level positions in human services.
For people with mental illness, the emphasis is on providing services in the community as much as possible, rather than at rehabilitation or mental health centers.
Thus, the goal of vocational rehabilitation is to help people with psychiatric disabilities who are already employed to secure positions at advanced levels of responsibility, salary, and independence.
For those who meet the criterion for rehabilitation, the variable work status at closure indicates the type of employment achieved.
Rehabilitation rate: the total number of individuals closed after achieving vocational rehabilitation divided by the total number closed after acceptance for services.
The methodology of the current study is built on the foundation of past studies, both in rehabilitation counseling and in other related disciplines.
Szymanski, Parker, and Butler (1990) explained the research on the relationship of rehabilitation counselor education to rehabilitation client outcome has often been complicated by the following methodological limitations: (a) inadequate outcome measures and lack of consideration of different outcome patterns for clients with severe disabilities, (b) low statistical power, and (c) failure to account for the interactive relationship of counselor education and work experience in relation to client outcome.
It is RSA's position that persons disabled by cancer may be eligible for vocational rehabilitation services and that such services should be provided if the individual wants to work and can work even if for a limited period of time.
In general, it is appropriate for vocational rehabilitation to provide job-related follow-up restorative services as needed, after primary surgical/x-ray and/or chemotherapeutic care has been provided.