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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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It is a rehabilitative suspension; it is an indefinite suspension until the respondent has proved rehabilitation.
Silver, who teaches at Harvard Medical School, began lecturing nationally on the need for rehabilitative services for cancer patients, and found that clinicians were receptive to the idea.
The state-of-the-art rehabilitative therapy environment uses patient-centered care and evidence-based design models to facilitate patient recovery, caregiver assistance, and family involvement while highlighting contemporary, rehabilitative, and hospitality design aesthetics and amenities.
Al Murooshid highlighted that the DHA looked at several hospitals and rehabilitative systems across various countries and finally selected the Bobath Memorial Hospital one due to its long standing experience and expertise in the field.
Does this mean that, when examining a witness about the rehabilitative potential of the accused, TC may not ask such questions as "How would you rate the accused's moral fiber?
decision-making process for granting rehabilitative employees NLRA
Ten years ago, appellate court trends in both permanent alimony awards and rehabilitative alimony awards were examined.
TB: Several rehabilitative programs focus on medical management, rehabilitation, and employment--such as those through VA, veteran help programs, the Department of Labor, and Social Security--yet they may not provide the complete scope of services when it comes to meeting the needs of people with SCI.
Under the code, both parties in the claims process are encouraged to communicate early regardless of the severity of the injury and consider whether rehabilitative treatment may be appropriate.
Editorial includes information on such topics as rehabilitative engineering, post-discharge use of recommended assistive technology, assistive technology training, the psychological impact of assistive devices, barriers and strategies for optimizing technology use in the workplace, and ethics.
These include a reimbursement for employees who move to a new residence for rehabilitative purposes and increased reimbursements for family-care expenses.