The rehabilitation services curriculum provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to work with a diverse group of people who have physical, emotional and/or cognitive disabilities that impact their capacity to live and work independently in the community. You'll learn the importance of personal and societal perceptions and how to assist individuals to function effectively within their environments. Through coursework and internships, you will have an opportunity to develop a personal and professional approach to your work guided by knowledge, critical thinking and the ability to solve problems effectively.
Offering a wide variety of concentrations and internship opportunities, Hilbert's rehabilitation services major is a skills-oriented, interdisciplinary program designed to prepare you for a meaningful career in both public and private agency and school based settings. You'll have the opportunity to explore areas of work with people with disabilities including young children, adolescents, adults, and older adults in a variety of practice settings. You will have the opportunity to learn intervention techniques, case management skills, and case/cause advocacy. Additionally, you will learn about the importance of community environments and methods designed to help individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities develop strong, empowered networks of support. Hilbert's unique program will help you develop as a professional who can make a difference in people's lives and in the community.
Why Study Rehabilitation Services at Hilbert?
There are several advantages to studying rehabilitation services at Hilbert:
- Summer Session A2 -First Class Session
- Jul 6, 2015
- Online/Hybrid Orientation - Summer Session A2
- Jul 6, 2015
- Summer Session A2 -Drop/Add Period Ends -Last Day to Receive Full Refund
- Jul 7, 2015