Adult Rehabilitation is a 19 bed male/female inpatient mental health program for individuals with severe, persistent mental health problems. These services are delivered in a collaborative, client centered individualized manner following best practices principles and a psychosocial rehabilitation philosophy.
Why would I need or want this service?
This service is ideally suited for individuals requiring medium to longer term rehabilitation who will benefit from psychosocial and recovery focused care in a hospital setting. The primary goal is to promote living successful, satisfying lives in the community.
What services are provided?
Adult Rehabilitation provides comprehensive, individualized care which includes assessment, treatment, stabilization and transitional support. Psychiatric rehabilitation interventions focus on the development of client skills and development of environmental supports for clients to safely return to community living.
Who provides these services?
Services are offered by a variety of skilled clinical professionals who work to facilitate clients' recovery. The clinical professionals who may assist you include: psychiatry, medicine, nursing, psychology, occupational therapy, social work, leisure lifeskills instructors, physiotherapy, spiritual care, and dietary.
How do I access this service?
To access this service the individual would need to talk to a physician who would contact the Adult Rehabilitation psychiatrist for a consult. The referring physician would then contact the individual requesting access to inform them of their suitability for the service.