The following questions should be answered in essay form. There are a total of six questions covering each of the units discussed in the course. Each question MUST be answered in order to receive the maximum amount of points. The responses should not be regurgitated facts from the book, but a comprehensive, concise, and cogent analysis that exemplifies that the student has mastered the skills and knowledge set at question. Each response should be NO LESS THAN 250 words, free of grammatical and typographical errors, and lend itself to graduate level higher ordering thinking in an effort to contribute to the field of rehabilitation counseling. 1. The historical roots of the modern rehabilitation process are vast and ever changing. Provide a foundation for the economic advancements, medical advancements, technological advancements, and political social changes that have taken place since the advent of rehabilitation counseling. Provide specific examples that delineate your response. 2. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 is one of the most powerful tools promoting the employment of persons with disabilities. Provide an intelligent overview of the concepts: a) Essential functions of the job; b) Reasonable accommodation; and c) Undue hardship. 3. In terms of practice, what makes the rehabilitation counselor different from other persons in the counseling profession? 4. Some counseling ethicists take the position that counseling and friendship should not be mixed. The argument is that blending social relationships with professional ones simultaneously can negatively affect the therapy process, the friendship, or both. What are your ideas about this viewpoint? When do you think that social relationships with “current” clients are unethical? What about the ethics of forming personal or social relationships with former clients? 5. What is meant by the psychosocial implications of disability? Why is it important for rehabilitation counselors to understand this concept? Finally, provide an example of a disability and the psychosocial implications that may be associated with the disability. 6. What is the significance of the evaluation phase as it relates to the rehabilitation process?Explain the various stages of the evaluation phase. Lastly, what is the purpose of informed consent.