The Path to Wellness Starts Here.  Outpatient Rehabilitation
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Outpatient rehab care is provided for the following diagnoses:

• Knee and hip replacement
• Stroke
• Traumatic brain injury
• Spinal cord injury
• Multi-trauma injury
• Neurological illnesses

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Outpatient Rehab is convenient and close to home

Specialized Outpatient Programs
are individually designed to meet the needs of each resident.

The Centre's Rehabilitation program also emphasizes home instruction including resident and family education.  The professionals who provide outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy services emphasize disability prevention, restoration to maximum potential, and continued wellness. There are a number of different types of outpatient rehab, along with a wide variety of approaches to the rehabilitation process.  This type of rehabilitation tends to be less expensive than inpatient rehab, because there are no costs for hospitalization and associated expenses.

Outpatient programs address adaptive life skills such as communications, motor and sensory re-education, cognitive training and perceptual and psychosocial adjustment.   Our goal is to teach our residents home therapy programs so they can continue their rehabilitation independently.

A clinical atmosphere is provided, where excellence in resident care, education and research is integral to the daily care of our residents.   When a resident is admitted into outpatient rehabilitation program, it indicates that the resident is well enough to be allowed out of the hospital, and that their doctors are confident that they will be able to complete a rehabilitation course on an outpatient basis.

The number of sessions required per week varies, depending on the resident and their situation. Some people attend outpatient rehab sessions every day, or even multiple times a day, working with a care team which usually includes a doctor, a nurse, and a therapist.  Others attend once a week, or a few times a week, with the number of sessions being scaled back as the resident's condition improves. Eventually, the resident may not require outpatient rehab at all.

 
     
 
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