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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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One of the most worrisome is that they are so grateful to be alive that they accept a `new normal' before being offered rehabilitative services.
Such a picture will aid the fact-finder in fashioning an appropriate sentence more than an opinion based solely on whether the accused does or does not have rehabilitative potential.
Inpatient rehabilitative facilities, dedicated to short-term rehabilitation, are ideal for those who have suffered a significant medical event, yet well enough to benefit from intensive therapy.
Ten years ago it was clear that the most important factor in fashioning a rehabilitative alimony award was the presentation of a rehabilitative plan.
It is important to remember that it is not new rehabilitation or new types of rehabilitation care management systems, but rather new technology that is being incorporated into rehabilitative services.
Utilization of services and consumer satisfaction will be the ultimate measure of success for that delivery of rehabilitative services.
The functions that judges perform at sentencing - one of which is to determine the convict's rehabilitative potential, as evidenced by his response to prior convictions - are simply too important to allow incomplete information concerning the nature and seriousness of an individual's criminal past to interfere with the proper dispensation of punishment.
What rehabilitative services and supports are beneficial and required in order to enhance their functioning, individually and socially?
With the use of adaptive sports equipment, trained clinicians and rehabilitative specialists, severely injured veterans reached new heights in their rehabilitative goals.
Rehabilitative Work Act A* 6, the local can arrange work experience for yourself by making a written agreement on the organization of another municipality or local government, or a registered association, a registered foundation, government agency, or a religious community registered with.
CUTLINE: This house, adjacent to Elm Hill Farm, was recently purchased by Rehabilitative Resources Inc.