R&J Rehabilitation Overview

Rehabilitation is a set of interventions designed to optimize functioning and reduce disability in individuals with health conditions.  Rehabilitation helps an individual to become as independent as possible in daily life activities and allows them to participate in work, recreation and life roles.  It enables them to do so by addressing underlying conditions and improving their way of performing everyday activities.  

The rehabilitation process involves six major areas of focus

  • Preventing, recognizing, and managing comorbid illness and medical complication.
  • Training for maximum independence.
  • Facilitating maximum psychosocial coping and adaptation by patient and family.
  • Preventing secondary disability by promoting community reintegration, including resumption of home, family, recreational, and vocational activities.
  • Enhancing quality of life in view of residual disability.
  • Preventing recurrent conditions

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