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Rehabilitation Services


Fundamental network facilities are committed to improving functional capabilities, promoting independent living, and improving the rehabilitation patient's overall quality of life. All rehabilitation services approach treatment in a comprehensive, interdisciplinary manner, because physical disability rarely affects just one aspect of an individual's well being. Disability may impact emotional and psychological health, employment, and lifestyle. To maximize continuity of care, an interdisciplinary team - including physicians, rehabilitation nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, social workers, recreational therapists, and other clinical specialists, the patient and the patient's family - constructs a plan of care and meets regularly to monitor progress.

Treatment Categories

Rehabilitation meets the needs of patients with a wide variety of disabling conditions, including:

  • Head injury rehabilitation, including coma level management
  • Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Amputee training
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Orthopedic and multiple trauma care rehabilitation
  • Wound management

Special Features

Facilities may also coordinate services with other care providers:

  • Prepare rehabilitation candidate for an acute rehab program
  • Extend high-level rehabilitation services after inpatient rehabilitation through skilled nursing facility benefits


Rehabilitation patients/residents may receive the following services:

  • Interdisciplinary environment encourages holistic approach to rehabilitation
  • Individualized treatment planning and delivery
  • Discharge planning is initiated during the preadmission assessment/evaluation and completed at initial care plan meeting.
  • Rehabilitation staffing is supported by continuing education to develop skills in medical specialty areas, including wound management and pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology, including:
    • Cognitive retraining
    • Dysphagia management
    • Augmentative communication
    • Coma Stimulation
    • Orthotic prosthetic fitting and training
    • Positioning, fitting, and training with wheelchairs, mobility devices and adaptive equipment
    • Referral to support groups for patients and families
    • Vocational consultation
    • Psychological assessment and consultation
    • Audiology
    • Adaptive and augmentative equipment recommendations for onsite home assessments
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