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Post Acute-Transitional Rehabilitation Outcomes

Transitional Neuro Rehabilitation patients are typically admitted to our facility directly from an acute care or general hospital setting, approximately 69 days post-injury. Patients may have complex medical considerations, but overall they are medically stable. The goal for treatment is to reduce impairments and maximize independence in order to facilitate a safe return to home and community.

Program Overview

Average Patient Age: 47

Average Length of Stay: 62 Days

Average Number of Therapy Hours Per Week: 21.9

Referral and Discharge Locations

Therapy Breakdown

Outcomes That Last

Previous transitional patients are contacted via phone or in-person interviews at regular intervals following their discharge to track their level of independence.

Patient Satisfaction

Referrals and Admissions Process

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