Adult Specialized Rehabilitation Outpatient Program
The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital (GRH) Specialized Rehabilitation Outpatient Program (SROP) is a short-term, interdisciplinary outpatient therapy program that provides tertiary level rehabilitation. The focus is on functional recovery and independence through collaborative goal-setting, specialized skills and technology and community integration.
Services may include individual and/or group therapy by:
- physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy
- recreation therapy, psychology and social work (may be available if needed to support achievement of rehabilitation goals
Service Providers May Include
occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), speech-language pathologists (SLPs), psychologists, recreation therapists (RTs), social workers (SWs)
Adults, age 18 years of age and over, who:
- Are experiencing a recent, significant change in function
- Had an acute medical event or recent intervention (e.g. surgery, Botox injection) which would be amenable to short-term, intensive therapy to optimize function
- Have multiple rehabilitation and/or complex functional needs requiring a highly focused skill set and/or specialized technology that is not available outside of the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital
- Are working towards achieving tolerance, endurance and pain control to participate in high intensity therapy
- Require no more than one-person minimal assistance (if receiving therapy for mobility)
- Are able to participate in home exercises and maintain functional gains between therapy sessions
- Are medical stable and are referred by a physician or nurse practitioner
Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.