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The student increases knowledge and awareness about different forms of rehabilitation and the legislation which guides rehabilitation in Finland. Student increases his knowledge about rehabilitation in society. He understands the purpose and meaning of rehabilitation from an individual perspective and he is aware of the importance of appropriate goal setting in rehabilitation. After the course student has knowledge about different actors involved in rehabilitation. Student has also knowledge about how to create goals in rehabilitation. He will also know what project work includes and he has knowledge about the process linked with project work.


After the course the student has - knowledge about the role and responsibility of the community and NGO organizations regarding rehabilitation. - has deeper knowledge about different rehabilitation forms as a base for practical work. - understands the individual persons experiences regarding rehabilitation and disability. - basic knowledge about goal assessment scale. -can clarify his own professional role in the rehabilitation process and can use his professional knowledge in multi- professional work. - is able to participate in multi-professional project work. - basic skills to use research to support rehabilitation planning. -basic skills to implement a small project based on the needs in working life


- Meaning and experience of a disability - Goal setting in rehabilitation - Community perspective on rehabilitation - Project work


Basic knowledge about rehabilitation

Kursen ersätter följande kurser

2008: Rehabilitation Common part and Rehabilitation Specific part

Mer information

Compulsory attendance at course introduction, group work and seminars.


Barnes, C., Mercer, G., Shakespeare, T. 1999. Exploring disability: a sociological introduction. Cambridge: Polity Press. Brown, I., Brown, R. 2003. Quality of life and disability: an approach for community practitioners. London : Jessica Kingsley Csikszentmihalyi, M 1997. Finding flow. The psychology of engagement in everyday life. New York: Basic Books Hick, C. 1999. Research methods for clinical therapists : applied project design and analysis. Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone Lewis, J. 2001. Project planning, scheduling & control - a hands-on guide to bringing projects in on time and on budget. New York : McGraw-Hill Loijas, S., Merentie, A. 1995. Towards a society for all: an action programme on disability policy. Helsingfors : Ministry of Social Affairs and Health: National Council on Disa


  • Föreläsningar - 24 timmar
  • Basgruppsarbete - 15 timmar
  • Projekt- och produktionsarbete/konstnärlig verksamhet - 122 timmar
  • Självstudier - 43 timmar
  • Seminarier - 12 timmar
  • Group work - 50 timmar


  • Kursens totala antal arbetstimmar: 266 timmar
  • Varav självstyrda studieformer: 266 timmar
  • Varav schemalagda studier: 0 timmar




Essä, rapporter, produktioner och portfolio


The examination is that students plan, conduct and report a project. Student have to be presence at compulsory parts of the course. Approved presentation of project report. Approved written project report The student has handed in the 2 group work: 1) rehabilitation of the elderly 2) presentation of 1 NGO


  • Jeglinsky-Kankainen Ira
  • Kokko Anne
  • Nordlund-Spiby Rut
  • Peri Heidi
  • Sundell Solveig


Kokko Anne

Kursens hemsida


Antal kursplatser

Ingen begränsning

Delprestation i kraft till

12 månader efter kursens slutdatum

Kursens tidtabell

Period 1 and 2


2013-11-13 - Rapporter och produktioner

Kurs- och studieplansökning