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Rehabilitative Services

Rehabilitative services are provided by licensed therapists or therapist assistants under the supervision of a licensed therapist.

All eligible rehabilitative services must be:

  • Directly and specifically related to an active, written plan of care/treatment plan designed by a physician after consultation with a therapist
  • Of a level of complexity and sophistication that can only be provided by a licensed therapist or assistant therapist under the supervision of a licensed therapist
  • Provided with the expectation based on the assessment made by the physician of the participant rehabilitation potential in hopes that the condition will improve in a reasonable and generally predictable period of time
  • Necessary to establish a safe and effective maintenance program required in connection with a specific diagnosis
  • Specific to the individual and provide effective treatment for the participant's condition in accordance with accepted standard of medical practice regarding amount, frequency, and duration of services

Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy

  • Evaluation and re-evaluation to assess a participants level of function through diagnostic and prognostic tests completed in their place of residence
  • Selection and teaching of task-oriented, therapeutic activities designed to restore physical function( e.g. use of woodworking to restore elbow and wrist range of motion)
  • Planning, implementing and supervising therapeutic treatment plan (computer activities, following multi-level directions, assist with memory loss and reality orientation in a neurologically impaired participant
  • Activities to restore sensory integrative function (motor and tactile activities, to increase sensory input and improve response for an individual after a stroke)
  • Compensatory techniques to improve the level of independence in activities of daily living

Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy

  • Gait training (evaluation and training for individuals impaired by neurological, muscular, or skeletal abnormality)
  • Range of motion exercises ( showing degree of motion lost and the degree to be restored)

Speech Therapy
Speech Therapy

  • Assistance to the physician in determining type of speech-language disorder and the appropriate therapy
  • Rehabilitative therapy for speech and language disorders
  • Rehabilitative services for swallowing disorders, cognitive problems, etc.

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