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    The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services is what we decided to do our project on. It appeals to us because we can easily see ourselves working with this organization at various points in our careers. To begin with we wanted to give a description of the history of the organization as well as its purpose as an overview to understand its uses. The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services has a relatively short history but it is a very impactful one. The department is headed by Clinton Lacey

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    A rehabilitation Counselor is focused with people who have disabilities that will want to achieve their personal, career, and independent living natural goals through a counselor. If you want to pursue the rehabilitation counselor career you should get your master’s degree it will only take up to about 2-3 years for this program.If you want to think like a rehabilitation counselor you have to have compassion and empathy toward your patience show them their not alone with this. If you live

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    In working as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, I am learning the importance of quality individualizes services and how they can support people with disabilities to prepare for obtaining employment. I have been have been participating closely with individuals that have a disability to help them achieve greater levels of independence by assisting them to develop goals and look for opportunities for employment. I am finding out that you have to really put a lot of effort as a vocational counselor

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    1. Research topic: Rehabilitation counselor 2. Reasons I choose this topic: • I want to be a person who helps other people with their problems in life. • This job requires communication which is a skill that I’m really good at. • It is one of my dreams to become someone who works in counseling or mental health. 3. Research: • Three additional resources: • http://learningpath.org/articles/Rehabilitation_Counselor_Career_Info.html • explorehealthcareers.org/en/Career/42/Rehabilitation_ Counselor

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    Location needs to be considered when choosing the drug rehabilitation center you want to attend. Both of these options have multiple benefits and disadvantages that make them appropriate for more specific situations. Educating yourself on local and out of state rehabs choose a center without making a mistake. Local Drug Rehabilitation Keeps You Close to Home Local rehabilitation centers won 't necessarily be located in your hometown: they may simply be a few hours away in the same state. Many people

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    Executive or luxury drug rehabilitation centers are quickly becoming one of the most popular addiction treatment options in the nation. Although they are more expensive than traditional options, executive rehab is one of the most effective ways to treat addiction. Their effectiveness lies in the way they generate a luxurious atmosphere that relaxes the mind and body. That relaxation is integrated with multiple treatment methods to create a “whole person” approach that is designed to get people started

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    Drug rehabilitation is simply a tool used to help treat those of us with chemical dependency. Because addiction changes lives so radically, rehab attempts to help people gain back their lives and enter back into society in a healthy and safe way. There are dozens

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    Psychosocial rehabilitation has its theoretical roots in evolving a failed effort, by the mental health system, to help mentally ill patients in coping with the psychosocial devastation brought on by severe mental illness and behavioural problems (Correctional Services Canada, 2013). The traditional methods of treatment viewed recovery as a process of curing an illness, usually with medication, but recovery does not subsequently occur once their illness is “treated” (CSC, 2013). This traditional

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    Psychiatric Disabilities: The Role of the Rehabilitation Counselor A rehabilitation counselor is the central coordinator of setting up services and the client’s goals. They help develop and enhance the client’s skills to secure independence, employment and function in the community (Garske, 2003). In order to be able to rehabilitate the client and set up obtainable goals and a treatment plan, the rehabilitation counselor must first understand ADA, the client’s functional limitations, challenges

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    Evaluation of Mercy Rehabilitation, Tiffin Ohio Imagine a four year old child, whose physicians believed would never walk or talk, walking into a rehabilitation center unaided for the very first time. With wide smiles and tear filled eyes, therapists and staff stop to stare with awe and pride, because they have watched this small girl struggle to accomplish this milestone for years. Unfortunately, this outcome may not be typical; however this has happened at Mercy Rehabilitation. Here dedicated therapists

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