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We offer a goal oriented multi-disciplinary approach

  • Within 48 hours of admission, patients are evaluated by our skilled multi-disciplinary team.
  • Once the initial assessment is complete, the team develops an Individualised treatment plan, sets rehabilitation goals and establishes a projected discharge date.
  • The patient’s multi-disciplinary team holds weekly meetings to discuss and evaluate the patient’s progress and ongoing care.
  • Family members are encouraged to be active participants in the rehabilitation process – They are invited to attend therapy sessions and formalized training classes in preparation for the care of the patient upon discharge.
  • During the Family meetings, family members are encouraged to ask questions and express any concerns they may have about their loved ones progress, discharge and at-home care needs.

Rehabilitation Services

Rehabilitation programs usually distinguish between brain injury and stroke rehabilitation, as recovery from traumatic brain injury tends to be more prolonged and unpredictable than from non-traumatic brain disease. Other types of brain injury may be included based on age, disability profile and complexity of deficits.

These patients are primarily individuals with traumatically acquired brain damage. Individuals who have experienced brain injury are likely to have difficulty with memory, communication, thinking and reasoning skills as well as problems maintaining appropriate behavior in social situations.

Stroke Rehabilitation

Individuals who have experienced strokes or neurological disorders are likely to have medical problems that include trouble with mobility, swallowing, language and communication, and performing of daily living skills. These patients often require significant family support after discharge. The principal goals of stroke rehabilitation include maximizing the level of independent functioning, preventing and managing complications, facilitating re-entry into the community and optimizing psycho-social adaptation. The overall objectives are to improve quality of life by enhancing functional capacity and to facilitate a discharge.

Medical Care

  • Oncology / Cancer Care
  • Pain Management
  • Hospice / Terminal / Palliative Care
  • Orthopedic Care
  • Post-Operative Care
  • Pulmonary Care
  • Wound Care
  • Cardiac Recovery

Rehabilitation Services

  • Brain
  • Stroke
  • Trauma

General Services

  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Psychology
  • Nutrition management
  • Medication and pain management
  • Wound care
  • Referral to home care services
  • Support for re-entry into society