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The aim of the course is that the student increases knowledge and awareness about different forms of rehabilitation. Student increases his knowledge about the purpose and meaning of rehabilitation from different perspectives and after the course student has knopwledge about different actors involved in rehabilitation. Student increases his knowledge about the purpose and meaning of rehabilitation from different perspectives and after the course student has knowledge about different actors involved in rehabilitation. Student is also able to use different kinds of eveidence when planning rehabilitation for individuals and groups.


After the course the student has - knowledge about the role and responsibility of the community regarding rehabilitation. - student has also knowledge about the role NGO organisations has as a resource in rehabililitation -has deeper knowledge about different rehabilitation forms as a base for their practical work. - knowledge about importance of working evidence based in rehabilitation as a way to guarantee the best possible rehabilitation for individuals and groups. - understands the indivdual persons experiences regarding rehabilitation and disability. -can clarify his own professional role in the rehabilitation process and can use his professional knowledge in mulitiprofessional work. - is able to participate in multiprofessional project work.


- Individual meaning and experience of a disability - Multiprofessional perspective on rehabilitation - NGO organisations and rehabilitation. - Evidence Based practive - Introduction to project work


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  • Föreläsningar - 20 timmar
  • Studiebesök och demonstrationer - 20 timmar
  • Studentstyrd lärarhandledd undervisning - 30 timmar
  • Projekt- och produktionsarbete - 30 timmar
  • Självstudier - 30 timmar


  • Kursens totala antal arbetstimmar: 130 timmar
  • Varav självstyrda studieformer: 60 timmar
  • Varav schemalagda studier: 70 timmar




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Attendance at compulsory parts of the course: seminars, groupwork and supervision. Passed in examination of project plan.


  • Arola Annikki
  • Kokko Anne
  • Nordlund-Spiby Rut
  • Sundell Solveig


Arola Annikki

Kursens hemsida

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Delprestation i kraft till

Till datum 2010-01-31

Kursens tidtabell

01.09.09: 10.15-11.00 Introduction to course. Presentation of course content and working methods. COMPULSORY PRECENCE 11.00-12-00 LUNCH 12.00-13.00: Lectures: What is project work? Anne Kokko 13.15- 14.30: Presentation of projects 14.45-16.00: Individual work: literature about project work 03.09.09 08.30-12.00: Individual work: literature about project work 13-15-15.00:Lectures: Rehabilitation as a frame of reference. Annikki Arola 08.09.09: 09.15- 11.00:Evidence Based practice. Anne Kokko 12.00-15.00: Individual perspective on rehabilitation. Anne Kokko and Solveig Sundell 10.09.09 08.30-12.00: Group work with project planning. Supervision 15.09.09: 09.15-11.00:Group work with project planning. Supervision 12.00-13.30:Lectures Multiprofessional work in rehabilitation. Annikki Arola 14.00-16.00:Group work with project planning 17.09.09: 08.30-12.00: Team meeting whole group. Compulsory presence 13.00-15.00:Group work with writing project plan


2009-10-12 - Rapporter och produktioner

Kurs- och studieplansökning