Community Rehabilitation Interdisciplinary Service
Supports ambulatory adults living in the community who have complex rehabilitation needs.
This program provides rehabilitation services to ambulatory adults living in the community who present with a functional impairment that requires an interdisciplinary approach to service.
Conditions served may include:
- neurological disease/impairment (e.g. stroke, Parkinson Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, etc.)
- complicated arthritis
- frail elderly
- chronic pain
- complex orthopedic concerns (CRIS East location)
- splinting (CRIS East location)
- chronic, non-cancer related lower extremity lymphedema (CRIS West location).
Services may include:
- intake and discipline specific assessment
- individual or group treatment at the clinic or facility
- education to help you understand your condition and manage daily living
- an exercise program or other options
- connection with other appropriate community resources
Service Providers May Include
occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), psychologists, recreation therapists, rehabilitation assistants, social workers, speech language pathologists (SLPs)
To be eligible for this program, clients must be 18 years of age or older and:
- medically stable (talk to your physician if you have questions about this)
- motivated and committed to the rehabilitation process
- able to engage in therapy activities independently or with minimal assistance
Healthcare provider or self-referral required to access services. Contact (780) 735-2413 to request referral information.