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Objectives - Amputation and Bone Dysplasia

Working together with the child, parents and partners, the team aims to achieve the following objectives:

  • Help both the child and family adapt to the child’s disease;
  • Foster skill development that will enhance the child’s ability to carry out activities of daily living and to fulfill his/her social roles;
  • Compensate for the disability by providing a number of solutions, particularly technical aids;
  • Foster the child’s integration and social participation in the child’s different daily living environments;
  • Support both the child and family throughout the integration and social participation process;
  • Provide fellow rehabilitation colleagues with needed support, guidance and tools for both the child and family. 
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Updated on 3/20/2015
Created on 1/15/2015
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