Every resident or a patient is given a thorough evaluation by the interdisciplinary team, who then compile a detailed list of their medical problems and difficulties. The rehabilitation team then chooses the ideal level of intervention intensity to achieve the best results.
No, the focus of medical treatment must be specific to the difficulties or health problems that have been discovered during the person’s initial and follow-up evaluations. Other issues such as allergies, other medical conditions and treatment preferences must also be taken into account.
While each case will differ, depending on its severity and scope of treatment, it is normally a good idea for friends and family to come and visit a loved one in hospital, As well as raising morale, they can advocate for the person, bring them essential supplies and help fill in any gaps in the medical history.