The clinical team consists of licensed and/or certified clinicians, specialists and para-professionals. This includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech – language pathologists, vocational specialists, nurses, social workers, counselors, case managers, occupational therapist assistants, physical therapist assistants, rehab technicians, physiatrists, neuropsychologists and other physicians.
Trained clinical assistants, under the direction of individual clinicians, support the team in various activities that are designed to specifically address individual treatment plans. Internal Case Management communicates and coordinates with all external case managers on an ongoing basis. The Case Managers, team members and clients develop a comprehensive, individualized, functional and realistic set of rehabilitation goals.
A comprehensive report outlining short and long term goals, objectives, treatment strategies and progress is produced by the team every two weeks for each client.
As the central member of the treatment team, the client, (and their support system) assists with development and implementation of the entire rehabilitation plan. The client, family, funding representative and team members meet monthly during a client centered conference to discuss progress and future treatment planning, focusing on desired discharge outcomes.