Rehabilitation services include: treatment, training, or other assistance provided to facilitate a worker's rehabilitation; the supply of materials or equipment in respect of occupational therapy; and any necessary and reasonable modifications required to a worker's workplace, place of residence, or motor vehicle.
Therapeutic care services for persons with disabilities, usually physical, occupational, or speech therapy.
Workers' Compensation Commission unit that provides vocational rehabilitation services to eligible employees with compensable work-related injuries or occupational diseases who cannot return to the types of work which caused their injuries or diseases.
Physical, occupational, speech, and respiratory therapy, audiologist services and other restorative services and items required to reduce physical disability and restore child to an optimal functional level.
Services designed to improve/restore a person's functioning; includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, and/or speech therapy. May be provided at home or in long-term care facilities. May be covered in part by Medicare.
These are services, such as physical therapy, that will help the individual function at the highest possible level of independence.
A facility that provides a broad spectrum of services designed to provide therapies to improve weak muscles, speech, and functions of daily living following injury, stroke or surgery.
Services focused on restoration of independent living skills and employment opportunities for individuals, typically by providing education, training and therapeutic support.
Refers to physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.