Rehabilitation

action or treatment to help offenders deal with the problems that have led them into crime - so they don't re-offend

rehabilitation

(from the article `crime`) In the 1970s in the United States, for example, rehabilitation programs were largely abandoned because of the widely held view that they did not ... U.S. penologist whose introduction of novel penal administrative policies helped to emphasize a rehabilitative role for prisons.[4 related articles]
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rehabilitation

(re″hә-bil″ĭ-ta´shәn) the process of restoring a person's ability to live and work as normally as possible after a disabling injury or illness. It aims to help the patient achieve maximum possible physical and psychologic fitness and regain the ability to be independent. ...
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rehabilitation

[n] - vindication of a person`s character and the re-establishment of that person`s reputation 2. [n] - the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises 3. [n] - the restoration of someone to a useful place in society
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Rehabilitation

• (n.) The act of rehabilitating, or the state of being rehabilitated.
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Rehabilitation

(Rehab) All work to bring an existing trail up to its classification standard, including necessary relocation of minor portions of the trail.
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Rehabilitation

[neuropsychology] Rehabilitation of sensory and cognitive function typically involves methods for retraining neural pathways or training new neural pathways to regain or improve neurocognitive functioning that has been diminished by disease or trauma. Three common neuropsychological problems treatable with rehabilitation are attention defic...
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Rehabilitation

[penology] Rehabilitation is the re-integration into society of a convicted person and the main objective of modern penal policy, to counter habitual offending, also known as criminal recidivism. Alternatives to imprisonment also exist, such as community service, probation orders, and others entailing guidance and aftercare towards the offe...
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Rehabilitation

Re`ha·bil`i·ta'tion noun [ Confer Late Latin rehabilitatio , French Réhabilitation .] The act of rehabilitating, or the state of being rehabilitated. Bouvier. Walsh.
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Rehabilitation

a programme for reforming an offender to preclude subsequent offences
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Rehabilitation

A programme of medicine and psychologicalal and clinical treatment designed to maximise residual physical, perceptual and cognitive abilities following injury, illness or disability.
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Rehabilitation

A programme of therapy and re-enablement designed to restore independence and confidence and reduce disability.
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Rehabilitation

A programme of therapy that aims to restore someone
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Rehabilitation

A programme of treatment with the purpose of enabling patients to live as much of a normal live as possible or take part in normal activities and exercise. Rehabilitation may include a variety of medication and non-medicinal treatment. Where necessary programmes incorporate social and vocational training to help patients and former patients overcom...
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Rehabilitation

After a serious injury, illness or surgery, a person may need to regain strength, relearn skills or find new ways of doing things. Physical therapy helps rebuild strength, mobility and fitness; occupational therapy helps improve independence with activities of daily living; and speech-language therapy helps with speaking, understanding, reading, wr...
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Rehabilitation

After disease, illness, or injury, restoration of the ability to function in a normal or nearly normal manner.
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Rehabilitation

Care for people needing occupational, physical, or speech therapy.
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Rehabilitation

Improving a person`s skills through treatment and/or training to enable them to live a more fulfilling life in the community.
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Rehabilitation

In health care, the process of improving or recovering lost function after an injury or illness that has caused functional limitations.
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rehabilitation

In medicine, a process to restore mental and/or physical abilities lost to injury or disease, in order to function in a normal or near-normal way.
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Rehabilitation

means discussion; guided exercise; getting social support; understanding of the illness, treatment, and symptoms; and knowing what to do lifestyle issues, why and how to exercise, and diet. It helps improve health for those who have had any of: heart attack, angioplasty, bypass surgery, stable angina, or heart failure. After a heart attack, correct...
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rehabilitation

Reexamining a witness whose credibility has suffered during cross-examination to restore that witness's credibility. Compare re-direct examination.
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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation means the restoration of or improvement in an employee's health and ability to perform the functions of his or her job. It usually involves a program of clinical and vocational services with the goal of returning employees to a satisfying occupation if possible.
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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation means the restoration of or improvement in an employee's health and ability to perfor
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rehabilitation

rehabilitation: see physical therapy.
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