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The Education of Mid-Level Rehabilitation Workers. Arabic

World Health Organization, (1993)


These recommendations for the education of mid-level rehabilitation workers are based on experiences in planning and implementing training programmes in nine countries. This information is useful in designing and developing training programmes specific to community-based rehabilitation
http://www.who.int/disabilities/publications/care/...


The Education of Mid-Level Rehabilitation Workers

World Health Organization, (1992)


These recommendations for the education of mid-level rehabilitation workers are based on experiences in planning and implementing training programmes in nine countries. This information is useful in designing and developing training programmes specific to community-based rehabilitation
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1992/WHO_RHB_92.1.pdf


Rehabilitation for persons with traumatic brain injury

World Health Organization; US Dept. of Defense; MossRehab amputee Rehabilitation Program, (2001)


This manual is intended for mid-level rehabilitation workers and primary health care personnel as an educational and instructional tool to use for their work with persons who have sustained traumatic brain injury, their families and members of their communities. The manual contains common medical, physical, cognitive and behavioral consequences of brain injury, and basic information for helping caregivers and community members, including teachers and potential employers.
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/2004/WHO_DAR_01.9_eng....


Promoting the Development of Young Children with Cerebral Palsy: a Guide for Mid-level Rehabilitation Workers

World Health Organization, (1993)


This guide is designed to support mid-level rehabilitation workers on work with children with cerebral palsy and their families. The manual includes information on early detection and assessment of the level of development of the child, equipment to support their needs and suggestions to promote mobility and improved communication. You can download this guide in Arabic and Italian, too
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1993/WHO_RHB_93.1.pdf?...


Promoting the Development of Infants and Young Children with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus: a Guide for Mid-level Rehabilitation Workers

World Health Organization, (1996)


This guide is designed to support mid-level rehabilitation workers on work with infants, children and young adults with spina bifida and hydrocephalus and their families. The manual includes information on the types, signs and causes of spina bifida and hydrocephalus, assessment of the level of development of those affected, and suggestions to promote normal development, mobility and self-care
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1996/WHO_RHB_96.5.pdf?...


Promoting independence following a stroke: a guide for therapists and professionals working in primary health care

World Health Organization, (1999)


This guide is intended for mid-level rehabilitation workers on work with people who have suffered a stroke and their families. The guide contains advice on how to plan and conduct rehabilitation activities for those who have had a stroke to promote their independence in all aspects of daily life
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1999/WHO_DAR_99.2.pdf?...


Promoting Independence Following a Spinal Cord Injury

World Health Organization, (1996)


A Manual for mid-level rehabilitation workers. This manual is to support the work of mid-level rehabilitation workers on their work with children or adults with spinal cord injury and their families. It refers to the physical effects of this type of injury, the different levels of injury and the basic care of a person following a spinal cord injury. Available in Chinese and Mongolian, too
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1996/WHO_RHB_96.4.pdf


Prevention of Disability in Buruli Ulcer: Basic Rehabilitation

Valérie Simonet, Eds.: WHO, (2008)


The guide contains valuable tools for wound care and the rehabilitation of people affected by Buruli ulcer. It is also helpful for peripheral health centres in areas where Buruli ulcer is endemic and to people and their families affected by the disease
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/70147/1/W...


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