Psychiatric Disabilities: The Role of the Rehabilitation Counselor
– 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 and obstacles they are facing, along with barriers that may pose a threat to the success of the client….
Rehabilitation is NOT Effective
– When you think of sending some one away for a wrong they committed against society and/or the too often used term “humanity”, we expect them to be locked away for a period of time then get out a changed man or woman. But think of it this way. When a dog has an accident on the carpet, you toss it into its kennel, and then let it out ten minutes later, yet the dog has another accident on the carpet a week later. Same goes for these criminals. Why would they change, when thrown in jail for a crime they committed….
Long-term Effects of an Expanded Cardiac Rehabilitation Program after Myocardial Infarction or Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
– Introduction An acute coronary syndrome is defined as a “sudden onset of myocardial ischemia which results in myocardial death, that is, a myocardial infarction.” (Citation) A myocardial infarction occurs when the blood flow is reduced in a coronary artery, usually due to excessive plaque, which results in a complete occlusion of the artery. Cardiac rehabilitation is an important aspect of continuity of care after a patient who has recently experienced a myocardial infarction is free of symptoms….
The Effect of Rehabilitation and the Rate of Recidivism
– … Not every inmate will complete an academic educational course, however there are vocational training programs available as well. These programs will give the inmates training in different vocational careers, such as, construction, plumbing, and landscaping and these may be available in a work environment. Although this training is less successful at reducing the recidivism rate than academic education, it lowers the rate by twenty percent compared to those not pursing any program. Along with vocational training, an inmate may be accepted into a work release program….
Usefulness of the United Kingdom’s Rehablitation of Offenders Act
– The Rehablitation of Offenders Act 1974 has been put in place to ease offenders back into society and also make sure that offenders’, that are given under a 30 month prison sentence, convictions are spent. Therefore employers of the recent offender are not allowed to discriminate against that person, allowing the offender more opportunity to gain employment. This briefing note outlines the strengths and weaknesses of rehabilitating sex offenders. By analysing the literature and statistics surrounding rehabilitating sex offenders there is clear evidence that treatment programmes are effective…. ;