the restoration of someone to a useful place in society
reclamation: the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation
the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises
(rehabilitate) help to readapt, as to a former state of health or good repute; "The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated"; "After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated"
(rehabilitate) restore to a state of good condition or operation
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 traumatic injury.
Rehabilitation means; To restore to useful life, as through therapy and education or To restore to good condition, operation, or capacity.
Political rehabilitation is the process by which a member of a political organization or government who has fallen into disgrace, is restored to public life. ...
Rehabilitation (реабилитация) in the context of the former Soviet Union, and the Post-Soviet states, was the restoration of a person who was criminally prosecuted without due basis, to the state of acquittal. A form of political rehabilitation as relates to the Soviet Union.
Wildlife rehabilitation is the process of removing from the wild and caring for injured, orphaned, or sick wild animals. The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to provide the food, housing and medical care of these animals, returning them to the wild after treatment.
The process of rehabilitating something
(rehabilitate) To restore (someone) to their former state, reputation, possessions, status etc. [from 16th c.]; To vindicate; to restore the reputation or image of (a person, concept etc.). [from 18th c.]; To return (something) to its original condition. [from 19th c. ...
(Rehabilitate) Helping a person recover from drug addiction. Rehabilitation teaches the addict new behaviors to live life without drugs.
(Rehabilitate) To restore to effectiveness or normal life by training etc., esp. after imprisonment or illness; to restore to former privileges or reputation or a proper condition. Derivative (rehabilitative adj.; rehabilitation n.[medieval Latin: rehabilitare (as re-, habilitate)])
(Rehabilitate) Process used to repair the impacts of mining on the environment.
(Rehabilitate) To bring about changes in management that allow the physical and biological processes of a stream, river, or lake to function in a more natural way in order to achieve or more closely approximate a condition of dynamic equilibrium or balance. ...
(Rehabilitate) To care for an animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs. ...
(Rehabilitate) To restore the functions and processes of a degraded ecosystem or habitat to an effective state rather than an original state.
(Rehabilitated) A process applied to used vehicles in severely dilapidated and possibly non-working condition, and restores them to full working order to the extent that the vendor can give a meaningful warranty.
activities to help a person adjust, heal, and return to a full, productive life after injury or illness. This may involve physical restoration (such as the use of prostheses, exercises, and physical therapy), counseling, and emotional support.
Retraining to normal functionality or training for new functionality.
Process and goal of restoring a disabled insured person to maximum physical, mental, and vocational independence and productivity commensurate with their limitations.
the restoration of some former ability or state of being or some more optimum condition.
A process by which a borrower may bring a FFELP loan out of default by adhering to specified repayment requirements.