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Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care

Patients at various phases of recovery can benefit from rehabilitation and long-term care.

Rehabilitation assists individuals who have had a stroke, trauma, physical injury, or an accident in regaining their health and well-being and reintegrating into society. Long-term care also assists those who are physically frail or have limited ability to conduct everyday duties. for example, eating, drinking, cleaning, and dressing. We provide long-term care at Pioneer through qualified experts who can assist patients with personal care and everyday activities.
Who requires long-term care and rehabilitation?

Rehabilitating and monitoring long-term care affects many people, the most important of whom are:

  • Stroke patients
  • Post-ICU patients
  • The Elderly
  • Physical/mental disability
  • Patients on ventilators.

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Frequently Asked

Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care

What are the most common rehabilitation treatment plans?

There are seven rehabilitation therapies commonly used in treatment plans, which are Cognitive Rehabilitation, Pharmacy Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Recreational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Vocational Rehabilitation.

What are the benefits of rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation aids in strengthening, enhancing flexibility, and mobility, enabling smoother daily tasks like showering and brushing hair. It also enhances communication skills, boosting confidence. It can help regain lost abilities due to injury, surgery, or illness, promoting independence, productivity, and a fulfilling life. Overall, rehabilitation can lead to a more independent, productive, and fulfilling life.

How long will I need rehabilitation services?

The length of rehabilitation depends on a variety of factors, including the type of therapy, progress, and overall health. Some people require care for weeks, while others require it for longer lengths of time. At the outset and during treatment, your doctor and team will discuss your care and expectations. While you may be impatient, it is critical that you maximise function and comfort before discontinuing therapy.