Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital’s Day Treatment Program provides services for people with brain injury and stroke who are able to live at home, but whose daily lives can be improved through organized, intensive outpatient therapy. The focus of the Day Treatment Program is to successfully reintegrate individuals into home, community, and vocational environments. This is achieved through individual therapies as well as specialized groups. Patients also participate in community outings in order to practice and carryover skills they are practicing during therapy sessions in a functional, real life setting.
- Have a brain injury as a result of trauma, stroke, or other cause
- Require a minimum of two different therapies, two or more times per week
- Be medically stable
- Be independent with self-medication, transfers, and toileting, or have a companion to provide the necessary assistance
- Not exhibit severe or disruptive anger, or severe anxiety or depression that would interfere with participation in therapy
- Be able to participate in a group therapy program
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Speech-language therapy
- Therapeutic recreation
- Case management
Facilities and Equipment:
- Town Commons simulated environment
- Therapeutic pool and garden
- Adaptive exercise equipment
- Resource center/library with internet access
- Balance master
- Orthotic & Prosthetic Clinic
- Wheelchair Clinic
- All of your goals have been achieved
- You no longer demonstrate consistent functional gains
- You no longer require two different therapies, two or more times per week
- You are not able to comply with the program
- Your goals and the team’s goals are incompatible
Information and Referral:
For more information on the Day Treatment Program at Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital or to schedule an evaluation, please call 860-714-2210 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Referral from a physician is required. Insurance pre-certification will be completed by the Day Treatment Program prior to scheduling ongoing therapy.
Did the program meet your overall expectations?
“Yes and more, they work hard to make sure goals are met”
“I did not know what to expect, but it has been wonderful”
“They talked over the goals I needed to meet”
“Therapists are excellent. Very kind and patient. Thank you so much”
“The staff was great”
What aspects of the program did you find most helpful?
“The personal contact and making me feel confident during this difficult part of my life”
“The workers (therapists) just kept giving encouragement although I felt I was moving slow”
“I found the whole program to be very helpful in my recovery”
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:How often will I come to therapy?
A: The weekly frequency is determined following your initial evaluation. The average frequency is 2-3x/week per discipline.
Q: Will I have the same schedule every week?
A: No, the schedule varies from week to week. Schedules are individually planned weekly by the team in order to tailor treatment activities specific to each individual.
Q: What is the average length of stay?
A: The length of stay varies from person to person depending upon level of impairment, ability to make functional gains, and insurance coverage.
Q: Is therapy covered by insurance?
A: Most insurances cover outpatient therapy. Pre-certification will be completed by the Day Treatment Program.
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