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The article introduces the conditions for the development and improvement of professional language competencies in complex rehabilitation specialists as part of additional professional education. The study covered the theory and practice of teaching foreign languages in the system of additional professional education for specialists in complex rehabilitation. It involved 76 students of advanced training and focused on the requirements for professional labor functions in the curriculum for social workers. The new teaching methodology improves complex rehabilitation skills aimed at extracting information from professional texts and developing a foreign language communicative competence. To overcome some difficulties in pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar, the authors compared these issues with the speech of patients with disabilities and applied methods for correcting speech disorders, which increased the practice orientation in the future rehabilitation workers. The methodology included authentic foreign literature, professional community sites, modern information tools, and gaming technologies. Such interdisciplinarity expanded the vocabulary of specialists as it introduced them to the international professional terminology. The motivational and linguistic components were able to improve the language competence in complex rehabilitation specialists during their additional professional education.

professional standard, professional education, professional linguistic competencies, comprehensive rehabilitation, gaming technologies, assistive technologies, alternative and additional communication
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