Rehabilitation Essay

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  • Choosing The Drug Rehabilitation Center

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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

  • Rehabilitation Counselor Research Paper

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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

  • The Theory Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Essay

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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

  • Evaluation Of Mercy Rehabilitation, Tiffin Ohio

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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

  • Psychiatric Disabilities: The Role of the Rehabilitation Counselor

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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

  • Rehabilitation Is The Most Intensive Treatment Option For Recovery

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    Rehabilitation is the most intensive treatment option for recovery. Other names are Residential Treatment Program, inpatient substance abuse treatment, drug rehabilitation, or rehab. Rehabilitation provides three unique characteristics to enhance the opportunity for a successful recovery. Treatment is away from: 1. Home. 2. Access to drugs. 3. Contact with active substance abusers. The advantages of receiving intensive treatment away from home and without access to drugs and active drug abusers

  • Virtual Reality Rehabilitation : An Upper Extremity Functional Deficit

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    The experimenters, from the Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, use this study to explain how patients who had a stroke and are experiencing an upper extremity functional deficit can benefit from virtual reality rehabilitation. Upper extremity functional deficit can include weakness, coordination problems, swelling, changes of muscle tone and changes in sensation. Patients are given high intensity repetitive task specific training to help improve the deficit, and it does work. But the

  • The Code Of Ethics As Defined By The Council On Certification Of Rehabilitation Counselors

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    defined by the Council on Certification of Rehabilitation Counselors that came to mind when reading this scenario were Beneficence, Justice and Veracity. The Code of Ethics as defined by the Council on Certification of Rehabilitation Counselors that I feel are impacted in this particular scenario would be outlined in section D: Professional Responsibility. D.5. Responsibility to the Public and Other Professionals: d. Exploitation of Others: Rehabilitation Counselors do not exploit others in their

  • Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act Of 1973

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    What is Section 504? Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a civil rights statute which prohibits an otherwise qualified individual with a disability from being discriminated against, excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of any program or activity that receives federal financial assistance. Section 504 is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights (OCR), and the Massachusetts Bureau of Special Education Appeals (BSEA). Students who are eligible

  • The Effects Of Employment Status At 2 Years ' Post Discharge From Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

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    Injury Rehabilitation” is a research article written by Gregory C. Murphy, James Middleton, Ruth Quirk, Annelies De Wolf, and Ian D. Cameron published by Rehabilitation Psychology. This essay summarizes the investigation on the prediction of employment status at 2 years’ post discharge from spinal cord injury rehabilitation by analyzing information in order to establish facts and reach a result. It explains how the information from this research article can be applied to the rehabilitation counseling

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