Rehabilitation Service Series, 420. izdevums

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1957
 

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77. lappuse - ... some need which is not being met. What does he do? He goes across the street and discusses it with his neighbor. Then what happens? A committee comes into existence and then the committee begins functioning on behalf of that need, and you won't believe this but it's true. All of this is done without reference to any bureaucrat. All of this is done by the private citizens on their own initiative.
257. lappuse - Hospital for the chronically ill and impaired" shall not include any hospital primarily for the care and treatment of mentally ill or tuberculous patients. (Added by Stats. 1955, Ch. 1575.) 430.11. "Rehabilitation facility" means a facility which is operated for the primary purpose of assisting in the rehabilitation of disabled persons through an integrated program of medical, psychological, social, and vocational evaluation and services under competent professional supervision...
77. lappuse - In a local community in their country a citizen may conceive of some need which is not being met. What does he do? He goes across the street and discusses it with his neighbor. Then what happens? A committee comes into existence and the committee begins functioning on behalf of that need, and you won't believe this but it's true.
85. lappuse - As a cousin of mine once said about money, money is always there but the pockets change; it is not in the same pockets after a change, and that is all there is to say about money.
257. lappuse - ... either (a) the facility is operated in connection with a hospital, or (b) all medical and related health services are prescribed by, or are under the general direction of, persons licensed to practice medicine or surgery in the State.
23. lappuse - I asked for riches, that I might be happy, I was given poverty, that I might be wise. I asked for power, that I might have the praise of men, I was given weakness, that I might feel the need of God. I asked for all things, that I might enjoy life, I was given life, that I might enjoy all things. I got nothing I asked for— but everything I had hoped for. Almost despite myself, my unspoken prayers were answered. I am, among all men, most richly blessed.
45. lappuse - ... the restoration of the handicapped to the fullest physical, mental, social, vocational, and economic usefulness of which they are capable.
20. lappuse - These prosthetic trainees would then join the 400 health workers receiving advanced training in the United States under the auspices of the International Cooperation Administration.
11. lappuse - Except in a few isolated instances, the physically handicapped person must be retrained to walk and travel, to care for his daily needs, to use normal methods of transportation, to use ordinary toilet facilities, to apply and remove his own prosthetic devices, and to communicate either orally or in writing. These are such simple things that they are frequently overlooked, but the personal, vocational, and social success of the handicapped person is dependent on them.
45. lappuse - A disabled person is an individual who has a physical or mental condition which, to a material degree, limits, contributes to limiting, or if not corrected, will probably result in limiting, the individual's performance or activities to the extent of constituting a substantial physical, mental, or vocational handicap.

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