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A relearning activity can be something as simple as a resident tying his or her shoes," she explains.
This influence slowed the behavioristic and relearning models.
Almost by chance we're relearning that nature's medicines--often called `gross'--are sometimes the best," adds Michele Root-Bernstein, author of Honey, Mud, Maggots and Other Medical Marvels (Houghton Mifflin, 1997).
In advanced cases of AIDS and in many instances of neurological damage, patients require considerable help coping with perceptual difficulties and relearning how to manage bathing, grooming, food preparation and similar personal care needs.
In his session, The Mis-education of Software Testers - Rethinking and Relearning Software Quality , Clinton Sprauve, director of product strategy for the Borland Solutions Division at Micro Focus, will challenge these preconceptions.
It might just be the growing pains of Moore relearning the system after missing so much time with a knee injury, but Olson certainly didn't have this type of difficulty when he took over for Moore.
YOUNG people a relearning how to make movies at the Fact Centre's summer school this week.
We were relearning the lessons of productivity and quality.
For example, many injuries that result in a loss of visual processing ability leave unscathed the somatosensory system responsible for such senses as touch, taste and smell -- senses that can prove helpful in the relearning process when visual processing becomes impaired.
In addition to the hand-held programming tool line from Bartec([R]), the market leader in TPMS tools, the Bartec TPMS Programming Accessory Device (TPMS PAD) is designed to make programming, replacing and relearning TPMS replacement sensors quick and efficient for the automotive Aftermarket.
Despite the difficulty of relearning an alphabet, reading right to left and pronouncing words that the students joke is hard on the throat, many said they have found wisdom and pieces of themselves within the ancient words.