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Rehabilitation or Rehab may refer to:

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Organizations relating to Rehabilitation

International Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes and Civil War, Kiev / Est. 1994
Soeurs des Petites Filles Pauvres de l'Institut Palazzolo / Est. 1869
International Leprosy Union / Est. 1986
Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry for International Environmental Rehabilitation
International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine / Est. 1999
International Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery / Est. 1976
Pacific Basin Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Hawaii / Est. 1984
Nordic Association for Rehabilitation / Est. 1930
World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation / Est. 1986
European Platform for Rehabilitation / Est. 1993
Women's American ORT / Est. 1927
International Association of Health Professionals in Rehabilitation / Est. 1997
International Rehabilitation - Special Education Network / Est. 1973
Francophone Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation
Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta / Est. 1099
Caribbean Association for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled / Est. 1981
Asian Society of Stoma Rehabilitation
International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology / Est. 1988
European Study Group for Rehabilitation and Functional Surgery Following Laryngectomy / Est. 1991
University Center for International Rehabilitation
Collège académique européen de réadaptation
European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine / Est. 1991
World Foundation for Deaf Children / Est. 1987
World Animal Handicap Foundation / Est. 1992
Technology Initiative for Disabled and Elderly People / Est. 1993

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World Problems relating to Rehabilitation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Abuse of prison labour
Inadequate rehabilitation of offenders
Inadequate rehabilitation facilities for the disabled
Failure to legally rehabilitate victims of miscarriage of justice
Land rehabilitation difficulty
Limited psychiatric out-patient care
Insufficient technical aids for disabled persons
Inadequate rehabilitation methods for the blind
Inadequate vocational rehabilitation facilities for disabled persons
Demoralizing constraints on housing rehabilitation
Political indoctrination
Commemoration of dishonourable historical events
Disruptive behaviour in health rehabilitation institutions

Action Strategies relating to Rehabilitation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Restoring saline affected farm land
Rehabilitating mining sites
Rehabilitating degraded land
Rehabilitating the handicapped
Undertaking community renewal
Rehabilitating degraded aquatic environments
Rehabilitating child soldiers
Rehabilitating war casualties
Using stress-tolerant plant materials for rehabilitating land
Developing handicap training
Rehabilitating disabled victims of crimes
Brainwashing
Providing rehabilitation structures for law-breakers
Strengthening national accounting systems
Rehabilitating degraded forested areas
Strengthening interdisciplinary research on environmental degradation and rehabilitation
Advancing infrastructure maintenance
Enabling lifelong contextual re-education
Comprehensive political reeducation
Rehabilitating health care services
Improving rehabilitation health care services
Rehabilitating agricultural lands for agricultural productivity
Training rehabilitation teachers
Rehabilitating personal and social maladjustment
Identifying and rehabilitating environmental disaster areas caused by industry

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