Beyond Home and Community: whole person rehabilitation

Alternatives April 30
Beyond Home and Community:  whole person rehabilitation

Rehab Without Walls refers to the type of rehabilitation we offer as home- and community-based because these are the settings in which treatment can occur, but actually this label isn’t entirely accurate. In reality, Rehab Without Walls provides a more encompassing kind of treatment—something we like to call whole person rehabilitation.

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Five Years Down the Road: Patient outcomes post-discharge

Five Years Down the Road:  Patient outcomes post-discharge

Since one of the goals of Rehab Without Walls is to build durable outcomes so that clients can return to as functional and independent a life as possible, we like to keep track of progress long after clients have left our care.

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One Case, Two Perspectives

One Case, Two Perspectives

Two people sit side by side at the movie theater, watch the same film, share from the same popcorn box—and report a totally different experience. Because perception is reality, Alternatives thought it might be instructive to approach one case study from both the patient and the treatment team.

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Inside RWW Vol. 7, No.1

Inside RWW February 6
Inside RWW Vol. 7, No.1

Rehab Without Walls increases ability to engage in productive activity 3% of patients are able to engage in productive activity after discharge, including competitive vocational training. Of those engaged in productive activity, 93% were either competitively employed or capable of being competitively employed.

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A Rehab Without Walls Social Worker

Alternatives, Portraits January 9
A Rehab Without Walls Social Worker

Today, we talk with Jodie Sakaris, L.C.S.W., who has been a social worker for 13 years, the last three at Rehab Without Walls, on the value of social workers on the clinical treatment team and how they help create the right psychosocial environment for rehabilitation to happen.

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