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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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Rehabilitation professionals are prepared to provide an individual with disability assistance in achieving their goals.
To this end, the journal will focus on best practices, philosophical approaches to rehabilitation, and resources designed to support quality outcomes.
In contrast, the 10% rehabilitation tax credit for substantial rehabilitations of non-historic, non-residential buildings built before 1936 is a single IRS tax form submission and requires no federal or state involvement.
Just as telephone means sound (phone) across distance, telerehabilitation is rehabilitation across distance.
Hyatt: How does your association help post-acute rehabilitation providers?
The first principle is that patients undergoing rehabilitation treatment should be working toward the achievement of functional goals.
While both partners may individually participate and benefit at some level from research sponsored by National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), unique studies funded through RSA (e.g., Longitudinal Study of the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program), and other funding sources, the partnerships that have evolved over the years usually do not include this component.
* Professional Recognition & Development of Community Rehabilitation Providers.
Recognizing the success of the federal program, several states have adopted legislation establishing state historic rehabilitation tax credits.
It has been suggested, for example, that few rehabilitation counselors either utilize the various existing measures of adjustment or adaptation in the counseling process, or assess the client's adaptation in terms of any extant theory (Bishop, 2001; Kendall & Buys, 1998).
There are two types of rehabilitation tax credit -- a 10% credit on qualified expenditures for the rehabilitation of any pre-1936 building, and a 20% credit on qualified expenditures for the rehabilitation of "certified" historic buildings.
7), an individual in the rehabilitation process also should be identified verbally as a person making a choice to accept a job and, consequently, as a person actively partaking in the employment process.

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