The fundamental tenet of rehabilitation is that everyone has the right and natural desire to be an expert in their own health care. Acute care is concerned with an individual's survival, whereas rehabilitation is concerned with the education and training of individuals to be able to carry out activities of daily living on their own, promoting self-care and functional independence. This makes acute care distinct from rehabilitation. Despite this, there is no one-size-fits-all definition or concept of rehabilitation. Instead, it is portrayed in a variety of contexts, including as a development issue, a disability issue, a health issue, a human rights issue, a substance abuse issue, and a security issue, to name a few.

Four major elements in rehabilitation are:

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