The Centre for Rehabilitation is a teaching base and clinical unit of the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences which celebrated 15 years of existence in 2012. The Centre is a training base for students studying at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels at the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences. The clinical activities provided in the Centre are an example of the successful interaction between science, practice and teaching. The professors and assistants of the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences and two associates provide professional support for clients diverse chronological age that have different developmental difficulties or disorders (ranging from newborns at neurodevelopmental risk to adults who have suffered from brain damage). A continuous increase in the number of clients as well as waiting lists for some particular services demonstrate that the Centre has been recognized among the academic, professional and wider community at local, regional and state levels as a place of scientific and professional expertise and a centre of excellence in the provision of direct counselling, educational and professional support. The activities in the Centre are organized into 12 units that are each highly specialized for providing support to persons with different developmental or acquired difficulties as well as for working on preventive programs.

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