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Your Rehabilitation Team

Rehabilitation works best with a diverse team of experts working together. Each member of the Rehab Team brings a unique perspective and individual expertise, working collaboratively balancing your physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, social and vocational needs and preferences to achieve the best outcomes.

As the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, each team member complements the rest. They work in concert to develop a treatment plan for physical, cognitive and emotional needs. The term “Interdiscipliinary” refers to many medical specialties represented, which may include:

Coordinates all aspects of your stay, from admission to discharge and follow-up services and support.

Addresses the skills that occupy your day-such as eating, dressing, bathing, working and cooking.

Monitors your medicines, provides information on drug interactions and consults with you and your care team on appropriate and safe medicines you need during and after your stay.

Helps with your ability to move around-providing a combination of exercise, strength training, gait training and education.

Works closely with you to design a customized meal plan, ensuring that you get the right nutrition to support healing.

Provide professional personalized nursing care by a Registered Nursing team which includes Board Certified Registered Nurses.

Provides close medical management for each patient and supervise the inpatient rehabilitation treatment plan. They are the ones that oversees all of your medical and therapy needs. You may see other medical doctors and consultants regularly during your stay, depending on your medical needs.

Provides emotional support and helps you with the skills you will need to live your life to the fullest.

Helps you with any breathing problems and works on specific respiratory exercises needed to support your functional recovery and prevent any possible complications.

Provides evaluation and treatment if you experience swallowing, cognitive or speech problems.